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Buenos Aires, Argentina


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 Despite the rain, the cold, and my tango failure, it wouldn’t take much arm-twisting for me to return to Buenos Aires.  We spent 5 days in this very European city, 2 of which were spent exploring neighborhoods and the macabre Recoleta cemetery (where Evita is buried).

In addition to tango, highlights include the River Plate soccer game (they lost and were demoted – it would be like the Red Sox being kicked out of the Major League), Argentine wine tasting, and spending a day at our classmate’s family’s ranch outside of the city.

Photos credits: CG, MC

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Iguazu Falls, Brazilian and Argentine sides


“Upon seeing Iguazu, the United States’ First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt reportedly exclaimed ‘Poor Niagra!'”    Wider than Victoria Falls, and with 275 distinct falls and islands, Iguazu is one of those places where descriptions and photos don’t hold a candle to the experience of being there.  The power and volume, particularly at the Devil’s Throat cataract, is almost overwhelming.
That said, here are the photos:  

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June Schedule


May 28-June 5: Andrew visits Israel!

June 6-7: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

June 8-10: Salvador, Brazil

June 11-12: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

June 13-14: Iguazu Falls, Brazil

June 15: Iguazu Falls, Argentina

June 16-19: Buenos Aires, Argentina

June 20-22: Cuzco/Machu Picchu, Peru

June 23-25: Arequipa, Peru

June 26-27: Lima, Peru

June 28: Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA!!

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