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South America Scrapbook
Transcript of South America Scrapbook
I ended up tutoring English &
interning at an NGO
for nearly 8 months
and the food & wine
(my casual vegetarianism had no chance)
First stop: Bariloche, mostly known for its
I went camping in very cold conditions
hiked up to a glacier
and walked through a forest of nearly extinct trees
and Alta Gracia, town of Ernesto "Che" Guevara's childhood home
Best way to see Argentina's wine country?
It all started when I moved to
hey look! a reference to a noted socialist
leader in my business school application!
I stayed with a friend of a friend named Paulo.
locals know a lot more about bars than tourist sites.
Pablo Neruda, was everywhere
is rough around the edges
Homage to SalvadorAllende
a popular vacation spot north of Valpo
First stop in Bolivia was a multi-day tour of the Salt Flats of Uyuni.
The tour group
Sleeping at 4000 meters altitude with no heat
But it was worth it to see this
Headless Condor Rock
we had 2 jeeps
at least there were stars
Next stop...a new country? Yes! Goodbye Argentina (for now). I'm off to spend a week in Chile.
his home was filled with homages to the
but it's also one of the most beautiful cities I've ever seen
My time in Chile was too short, but I had friends to meet in Argentina
Our first stop was
Arg's lesser known wine region
Potosi is one of the
highest elevated cities in the world
the city is infamous for its
, which employs workers in brutal, dangerous working conditions.
a view of the mine
Neruda would be proud
the mythical birthplace of the Inca and pre-Inca cultures, it is purported to be an "ultimate energy point" on the continent
Cuzco & Machu Picchu
a new-fashioned map
of an old-fashioned adventure
Vina Del Mar
But mostly, we just enjoyed the views
aaand we're in Peru!
To get to Machu Picchu, you have to go through Cuzco
then the Sacred Valley
I sped my way up the West Coast, making a few stops along the way
pre-Incan ruins that still have paint!
Isla de la Plata
Adios Peru, Hola Ecuador!
I met up with a friend from college
and relived my
study abroad past
and a 23 hour bus ride later...
but when you're so close
to the Caribbean Coast
it's hard to stay away
after all that, I figured it was time to relax in one spot for a while
yes, this will do!
I got SCUBA certified
I took some side trips too
and learned how to clean a coral nursery
(this one's pretty dirty)
and its underground cathedral
in an abandoned mine
when people ask about my trip
they don't mess around
it's hard to sum
it up in words
so mostly I say
pretty great place
I helped out at Fundacion Calipso
it was hard to believe
I had come so far
home to fossilized dinosaur footprints!!!
is a city of extreme
I moved there without much of a plan, but
I got to live among
Rodrigo & Gabriela
last but not least