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Home > 2010 > South America > Tigre and Colonia

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15 viewsTigre, a popular weekend suburb of Buenos Aires.
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14 viewsTigre's buildings have a lot of character.
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14 viewsEvery port must have an amusement park, of course.
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15 viewsJust an old plane passing by.
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15 viewsAnother Tigre home.
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14 viewsLooking across the River Plata. It's money.
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14 viewsStow stow stow your boats.
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15 viewsA little water alley.
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14 viewsThis contraption needed some explaining but he couldn't hear me.
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15 viewsThe mate museum was closed but you could still refill your thermos.
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16 viewsI reunited with Janet, Leanne, and Dan in Colonia for the Day of Gnocchi and some great Uruguay Tannat wine. The 29th of every month was when everybody ate gnocchi because their month's earnings were gone and it was the cheapest thing they could eat. It has now become tradition.
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14 viewsEmpty bottles plus black and white paint and checkerboard carpet = DIY chess!
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14 viewsOld stone buildings of Colonia del Sacramento.
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15 viewsThe Colonia lighthouse.
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13 viewsBackyard on the coast.
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14 viewsCobblestone and character home.
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14 viewsI was happy not everybody chose rose.
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15 viewsStone path in someone's backyard.
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15 viewsWe had an afternoon photo shoot in which Janet demonstrates one reason not to buy your jeans off some disheveled shouting guy on the street.
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11 viewsAwww.
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