Rosario. Mamma Mia!

I spent in Buenos Aires one week. Then following my friends and other travellers I wanted to hitch around South America. And I have found myself a buddy – Elena, who I spent over 2 months travelling with! My destination was Jujuy for Christmas so the first on the way there was… Rosario!

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El Tango de Roxanne – Why you will fall in love with Tango at First Sight

“We have a dance!
In the brothels of Buenos Aires.”
How it all began, nobody knows.
Apart that it was in Argentina in the XIX century.

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Buenos Dias, Buenos Aires!

My first impression of BeAs? Smelly, dirty, lazy. Right after the national holidays the metro was on strike so I couldnĀ“t get into the city. And the suburb I stayed at reminded me of dodgy neighborhoods in India. But on the next day it was all better!

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Auckland – Why do all good things come to an end?

Finaly this day has arrived, athough I didn’t want it to come. Not so soon. 6 weeks went by like a blink of an eye. It happened way to fast. I wish I stayed. But it wasn’t the last good bye, right? I’ll be back one day… right? It doesn’t matter it’s the end of the world. I’ll be back. Will I?

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New Zealand’s 7 wonders

Whenever we travel we always admire two aspects of the place we’re in. It’s culture and nature. If you have ever been to New Zealand or will be I am sure you will agree with me. New Zealand is not and won’t be about culture anytime soon. It’s a about nature. Why? Because the impression made by nature in New Zealand will always be damn high, and because of this fact it will be damn difficult for cultural aspect of the country to achieve target at least near as high as its nature.

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Hobbiton. An (Un)Expected Journey.

It’s good to spend more time in the Rotorua/Hamilton area. There are simply too many places around which you just don’t want to rush too much when you’re there. In the end we should enjoy the time we spend in New Zealand (and other places) and not run from one place to another. We have found another host in Hamilton for the second night so we could enjoy both – Wai-O-Tapu and Hobbiton as we both wanted to see them.

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