Tagged: south america


Valparaiso – Where Murderers can be Saints

Rising steeply out of the Pacific, Valparaiso is a no-nonsense port town, merged with a bohemian counter-culture. It is vibrant, colourful, full of originals and a little rough around the edges. The posher crowd...


Mendoza – Deep into Malbec

Now, we’re not really wine people. We drink a fair amount of the stuff, we’ve even done a tasting course, but we’re generally as content with a bottle of tasty cheap plonk as with...


El Calafate – Rivers of Ice and Cloud

North of Ushuaia, El-Calafate, gateway to the mountains and Los Glaciares National park in Patagonia. Set on the shore of Lago Argentina this small town is in the grip of winter rain and sleet...