Tuesday – December 18, 2012 – After sailing the more than 700-mile voyage across the Drake Passage on Sunday and Monday, this morning we sailed into Ushuaia. It was great to be back to civilization in southern Argentina, but part of me missed the wilderness and wildlife of […]
Saturday – December 8, 2012 – Today was the big day. We would finally be leaving for Antarctica! This is a tremendous privilege and we consider ourselves very lucky to travel to a destination that very few travelers ever have the opportunity to visit. My brother and I […]
Friday – December 7, 2012 – Antarctica … the land of ice, snow and no permanent residents. I never thought I would have the opportunity to visit the world’s most isolated landmass, so my excitement level was through the roof last night as I traveled to Buenos Aires […]
Watch some rough video from Brazil as I explore Rio de Janeiro, the Amazon and Foz do Iguaçu.
Saturday – November 29, 2008 – We woke up in Iguazu for the last time and ate breakfast before checking out of the hotel. We hated to leave, but all good trips must eventually come to an end. Jeff and I went down to the souvenir shops of […]
Friday – November 28, 2008 – Today was going to be another amazing adventure. We had a full-day pass arranged for a tour of the Argentina side. We purchased the Iguazú Jungle Explorer for $100. It combined the Ecological Tour (Paseo Ecológico), scenic float and adventure boat ride […]
Thursday – November 27, 2008 – In the early morning hours, our TAM flight landed in Foz do Iguaçu around 1:45 a.m. Jeff and I collected our luggage and looked for our pre-booked transfer. Our driver, Marco, was Paraguayan and took us to his car. We loaded up […]