Puerto Madryn: a paradise for animal lovers

Have you ever heard about peninsula Valdes? It is not only a peninsula in Argentina but also a natural park, famous for its rich fauna. In high season, you can see a lot of animals like penguins, sea lions, elephant seals, orcas and much more. But the most impressive, and iconic, of all are the whales. We went there in low season, when supposedly there are much less animals but, except for whales, we saw quite a lot of them!

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8 things to do in Buenos Aires

Before adventuring south to explore Patagonia, we spent a few days in the capital of Argentina: Buenos Aires. It is a lively city with a lot of things to do and to see. It is also, and by far, the biggest city of the country: one third of the population live there, in less than 1% of the national territory. Although our stay there seemed way too short, here is our top things to do in Buenos Aires:

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Our two days in Sao Paulo


After a lot of talking and preparations, most of which we described in the last post, the time to leave Paris has finally arrived. A quick transfer in Madrid (just the time to get a bocadillo con jamon), and 11 hours after we are in Sao Paulo. The impact with the city is strong: huge, chaotic, a hot and humid cement metropolis. We arrived on a Friday morning during rush hour, which doubled the usual hour to get to the city center by bus.

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Granada & Cordoba: our first days in Andalusia!

Andalusia: the most southern region of Spain, the birthplace of tapas and flamenco. A region filled with memories from its Islamic past, known in summer for its beaches along the coast and extreme temperatures. With these premises we decide to explore the region at the end of July, focusing on the inland cities of Granada, Cordoba, and Sevilla… sometimes we are that crazy!

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