Mendoza: Wining and Dining in the Argentinian Countryside

While I liked Buenos Aires, I loved the Argentina I found beyond the capital city. It took me by surprise, frankly: I’ve always been more of a city girl, yet there was just something about Mendoza (a city yes, but not a huge one) and the surrounding countryside that immediately grabbed me. And that something just … More Mendoza: Wining and Dining in the Argentinian Countryside

Buenos Aires: Hidden Bars, Huge Pizzas, and One Humongous Flower

I had a difficult time connecting with Buenos Aires. It wasn’t that there was anything wrong with the city – in fact, it’s vibrant, interesting, and full of cool corners to explore – but there just didn’t seem to be any one place that “clicked” with me, any spot that grabbed me and gave me one … More Buenos Aires: Hidden Bars, Huge Pizzas, and One Humongous Flower

Buenos Aires: Colorful, Cheesy El Caminito

One scroll through my Instagram feed and it becomes clear: I love, love, love to photograph colorful things, particularly when traveling. In the past, I’ve gone nuts for the color-soaked streets of Venice’s Burano and swooned over the colorful little pocket of Rue Crémieux in Paris. So when I saw pictures of Buenos Aires’s vibrant El … More Buenos Aires: Colorful, Cheesy El Caminito

Buenos Aires: The Strange, Serene Beauty of Recoleta Cemetery

I have never been one for visiting cemeteries, but Buenos Aires’s Cementerio de la Recoleta has me rethinking that stance. I was surprised how much there was to discover in this most somber of places. Recoleta is vast, with tons of little passages to peek around and seemingly more to discover around every corner. There are big tombs and small … More Buenos Aires: The Strange, Serene Beauty of Recoleta Cemetery