Tag: Argentina

19 things I learned in patagonia

It’s been exactly one week since my return from Patagonia. As unforgettable as this adventure was, it’s so sad how quickly life turns into memories, and those memories join all of the others in the crowded room upstairs, not knowing when, or if, they’ll…

the third wheel. literally.

When you take a long road trip spanning multiple states or countries, the wheels that get you there become very much a part of the journey, an extension of who you are as a group, or in our case, the third travel companion. After…

felicidades, from the end of the world

“So you’re staying here for vísperas de Año Nuevo?” asked the wide-eyed young lady working at the Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego information desk after she realized our requested dates to camp in the park sandwiched New Year’s Eve. Michelle and I looked at…

stolen loquaciousness

I talk. A lot. In 7th grade, I received a detention slip that simply read “loquacious” (I had to look that word up). And I tend to interrupt because I have so many questions and tend to get lost wondering about the missing details. But this…

patagonia bound

I walked into my local outdoor goods store this past week and simultaneously entered the panic room in my head, one that I haven’t found a way out of just yet. I’m the sort of person with a strange need to feel prepared for…

beginning the new year from end of the world

Once Patagonia was thrown on the table for our winter trip, it became impossible to remove it. Even though it costs a million dollars to get there. Even though the car rental for two weeks is practically more than the flight. Even though I…

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