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Honolulu, Hawaii

2019-03-12T13:41:07-07:00February 12th, 2019|Hawaii|

We "lei'd" over in Honolulu for a few days on our way to the South Pacific.   Stopping at the Pearl Harbor Museum was both emotional and educational.

Bonaire, by sea

2019-03-12T12:34:25-07:00January 25th, 2019|Bonaire|

The most incredible moments underwater were seeing the tiny bioluminescent ostracods and the little seahorses.  SCUBA magic!!

Bonaire, by land

2019-03-12T12:36:49-07:00January 17th, 2019|Bonaire|

Bonaire is a little Dutch island, near Aruba and Curaçao in the southern Caribbean.  Only 150 miles from Venezuela, there were plenty of Venezuelan immigrants here, due to their political unrest.  On this trip, we [...]

Punta del Diablo, Uruguay

2019-02-24T04:32:33-07:00January 7th, 2019|Uruguay|

The name Punta del Diablo, or “Devil’s Tip” -- belies the area’s relaxed, laid-back vibe. Once an old fishing village, it's now home to backpackers and surfers.  The demographics skew young here.  I found a [...]

Punta del Este, Uruguay

2019-02-16T21:08:10-07:00January 3rd, 2019|Uruguay|

Punta del Este is a few hours north, warmer and winder than Montevideo.  This city is all about the marina, which swells with tourists during summer in January.

New Year’s Eve in Uruguay

2019-02-16T20:59:53-07:00December 31st, 2018|Uruguay|

We spent our New Years Eve in the midst of a crazy crowd, soaked with cider, in Montevideo's legendary annual Cider Battle.  Everyone drinks cider, dances, and sprays each other with shook up bottles of [...]

Cafayate, Argentina

2019-02-04T09:13:01-07:00December 24th, 2018|Argentina|

Working our way through Argentina's northern wine country.  This Humahuaca Gorge is a UNESCO world heritage site due to Inca history and its use as a trade route for 10,000 years.  We were here for [...]

Salta, Argentina

2019-02-04T09:23:26-07:00December 22nd, 2018|Argentina|

Salta is in northern Argentina, and the closer we get to the equator, the warmer it gets.  Where American children associate a December "winter break" with snow, these kids celebrate their Christmas (in this overwhelmingly [...]

Villa la Angostura, Argentina

2019-01-26T09:02:32-07:00December 15th, 2018|Argentina|

Along the road to Seven Lakes, in the heart of the Lakes District, is this sleepy town with only a few thousand people.  We're definitely off the beaten path for English speaking tourists.