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White morning in Cerro Castor, Ushuaia

White morning in Cerro Castor, Ushuaia

June 6, 2017
Last week a first great snowstorm aroused enthusiasm in Ushuaia and delicately covered the slopes of Cerro Castor, almost 20 cm thick. The southernmost ski resort in the world prepares to open the...
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Seven fabulous things to do in Cordoba, Argentina!

Seven fabulous things to do in Cordoba, Argentina!

April 24, 2017
Cordoba is Argentina’s second largest city with more than three million people. With seven universities and a student population of 10%, it has plenty of energy and culture as well as many things...
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El Calafate

El Calafate

April 21, 2017
316 kilometers from Río Gallegos, capital of the Province of Santa Cruz, there lies the City of El Calafate, named after the small bush from southern Patagonia bearing the same name, as well as its...
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Three New Wineries Proving Mendoza is Still Innovative

Three New Wineries Proving Mendoza is Still Innovative

April 21, 2017
Sure, Mendoza boasts hundreds of wineries and, yes, it’s one of the world’s best wine destinations. But even the most famous labels can get a little dull sometimes. Here to liven up the wine...
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IGUAZU FALLS NATURAL WONDER

IGUAZU FALLS NATURAL WONDER

April 21, 2017
One of the most recommended tours from Pointer Outfitters is to visit The Iguazu Falls. Situated in the Iguazú National Park, the Iguazú falls are shared with Brazil and there has been five years...
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