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Casa Rosada

For our next stop on the five healthy days tour, we arrive at what is arguably the world’s best destination for a night of steak and Tango: Buenos Aires. Considered the “Paris of South America” due to its French architectural flare, Buenos Aires offers a unique blend of European charm and a vibrant Latin American culture. Between amazing art collections,…

Buenos Aires_Tea Connection

Full of late night boliches (clubs) and bustling city streets, Buenos Aires bursts with life. But in between all the subte (subway) stops and parties, there are pockets of blissful tranquility. Comparable in size to New York City, Buenos Aires’ main drags overwhelm: rushing busses, honking taxis, and the hustle of porteños consume your senses. However, beyond the chaos, a…

I was excited to read about this study the other day – coffee (which I tend to inhale every morning) is good for you! Okay, maybe the study isn’t exactly conclusive, but it affords me plausible deniability, which I think is all that anyone who drinks coffee is looking for. It’s one thing to gulp down a cup in the…

Ten days of intermittent erupting by Chile’s Puyehue volcano has created an ash cloud stretching 6,000 miles through the atmosphere to Australia and New Zealand. The latest news reports carry accounts of cancelled flights throughout the southern hemisphere. On the ground, volcanic ash closed roads in southern Patagonia (Argentina).  Air traffic is reportedly often able to skirt the ash particles…

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