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La Carolina


After almost eight months of traveling south I began the last leg east into Brazil. First stop from Mendoza was the village of La Carolina just outside of San Luis. From there, I returned to Cordoba with Dan, Janet, and Leanne for a great few nights of fun and the Greece vs. Argentina soccer match.

Blog - East is the New South

42 files, last one added on Jun 23, 2010
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What I expected to be a cool place for a night out turned into a nice place to get some rest with beautiful bulidings everywhere to pass the days.

Blog - Back to the Atlantic

28 files, last one added on Jun 25, 2010
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Buenos Aires


The capital of Argentina starts by being its most impressive city. Soon you realize it is maybe the most interesting one on the continent. Then it grows in your heart to become one of the most amazing in this hemisphere and before you know it, it has snuck into being one of your favourites on the whole planet.

Blog - City of Good Air and Great Everything

79 files, last one added on Jul 01, 2010
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Tigre and Colonia


Two small riverside towns that connected me from Argentina to Uruguay - they were very charismatic to say the least. I also had the good fortune of old friends in Colonia.

Blog - A Tale of Two Towns

31 files, last one added on Jul 05, 2010
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Montevideo and Salto


A short visit was made to Montevideo, Uruguay's capital, before running to the city of Salto on the Argentina border to catch the Uruguay-Ghana World Cup quarter-final win. Montevideo needed more time and seemed to have something happening every night but it was almost worth missing for the insanity and friendly people I met in non-touristed Salto the day of the match.

Blog - The Partial Monte Video and Salto Insanity

76 files, last one added on Jul 07, 2010
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San Ignacio de Mini


The Jesuits were very powerful in Argentina's colonial history until the Spanish had had enough and expelled them. I visited one of the more well-known sites in a small town called San Ignacio whose embers were still glowing red in the morning sun.

Blog - Mission to San Ignacio

25 files, last one added on Jul 07, 2010
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Iguazu Falls


The waterfall that divides Argentina and Brazil stands tall among the two giants of the continent; it stands tall and wide, endless in vista, beauty, and power to enchant. It is the most beautiful place I have seen on this planet, and here are my 60 or so favourite photos.

Blog - Falling for Iguazu

55 files, last one added on Jul 13, 2010
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Sao Paulo


The first stop in Brazil was its arts and business capital, São Paulo. There I would encounter many art galleries, 6-figure graffiti commissions, and a delicious sandwich just for a start nevermind some really great ambassadors from Brazil in the guise of Priscilla, Bruna, and Cristina.

Blog - Bem Vindo a Sao Paulo

38 files, last one added on Jul 14, 2010
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San Antonio do Pinhal


We met up with Bruna and Cristina for the weekend at this very non-gringo resort town near Sau Paulo. We had craft-beers in Campos do Jordao and climbed nearby Pedra do Bao the next day. It was a fantastic weekend.

Blog - Weekend Retreat

44 files, last one added on Jul 14, 2010
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Rio Part 1


The first half of my stay in Rio de Janeiro, City of Marvels, complete with visit to Christ the Redeemer, Sugarloaf, Escalaria Selaron, Copacabana, and a weekend visit to Paraty.

Blog - The Long Road to Rio

70 files, last one added on Jul 24, 2010
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Rio Part 2


Back to Rio one last time for four more days of exploring land, sea, and air. A tram trip up to stunning Santa Theresa, a swimming trip off the beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema, and a helicopter trip around Christ the Redeemer at sunset not to mention a football match at Maracana, another climb up Sugarloaf, and everything I could squeeze into four final days.

Blog - Riodux

80 files, last one added on Jul 26, 2010
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Random files - South America
8 viewsDinner at the Tango hostel: the closest you'll get to Colombia without a passport.
26 viewsIt almost looks like we're drinking from a funky double-ended bottle.
10 viewsA pretty little waterfall.
3 viewsA look back up the valley to where we came from.
9 viewsSunset on a beautiful weekend.
3 viewsAnother one of the lagunas left behind in the desert. At almost 5000m, it's a safe bet that some of that white is snow.
8 viewsAnother church seemed a good way to cap my album for Quito.
5 viewsThere was a lot of retro Coca-Cola paraphenalia around town.

Last additions - South America
15 viewsNow landed in Fort St. John, British Colombia for my cousin's wedding. Thanks for following along with my travels!Jul 26, 2010
9 viewsA sign that I'm back in Canada or at least about to cross the border and land in Vancouver.Jul 26, 2010
10 viewsLooking out as the light vanished.Jul 26, 2010
10 viewsIt was a beautiful sendoff from a beautiful continent.Jul 26, 2010
9 viewsA farewell to Brazil: the last photo before running to catch my flight.Jul 26, 2010
14 viewsMe and my English compatriots. Good luck on the travels, lads.Jul 26, 2010
8 viewsSunset from Ponta do Arpoador.Jul 26, 2010
7 viewsSunset on Ipanema.Jul 26, 2010