Welcome to Bolivia…just getting in is a challenge!

Step 1 – Wait in a four hour line at La Quiaca to get the Argentina exit stamp. Step 2 – Pay $135 dollars for the exclusive privilege of being an American entering Bolivia. Shout out to the homies, Che and Chavez! Getting our Bolivia visas, on special (just for … Continue Reading →


Hard decisions in the life of a farm cat

“Where should I begin feasting on these freshly slaughtered goat remains?” “Why, the testicles of course. DELICIOSO!”


El Bolson - agricultural valley and just amazing to look at

Why you should volunteer on farms in Argentina

As many of you already know, we can’t get enough of volunteering during our travels. There really is no better way to gain a deeper understanding of a country and its people (in addition to learning some practical skills) than spending some time volunteering – and its the best way … Continue Reading →


Patagonia – Words can’t do it justice, so I wont even try

I could wax poetic about the beauty of Patagonia for hours, but it’s been done before and by those more articulate than myself. Instead I will let the pictures speak for themselves, and spare everyone copious uses of words “breath taking”, “spectacular”, and “incredible”. Perito Moreno Glacier On the boat … Continue Reading →