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Category: Argentina and Antarctica

Drake Passage

There is no land at this latitude, so the wind blows uninterrupted around the world. Huge waves and storms can ensue, or it can be entirely calm. Crossing can either be “the drake shake” or a “drake lake.” We got a bit of both.


Today we went to the southernmost city in the world, and the northernmost point in our expedition. We are so excited to finally start our trip to Antarctica!

Aramburu and Recoleta

Last night Ruth scored a reservation at Aramburu, which doesn’t have a Michelin star but surely should. Eighteen courses and a wine pairing later, we are stuffed.

Experiencing Argentina

We only have two days before our formal tour starts, so we are trying to make the most of every minute in this beautiful city.

To Buenos Aires

We are off on an adventure that’s been a long time coming, first to Argentina and then to Antarctica! We booked this trip back in 2020, but then, well, you know what happened. Glad to get back on the road a few years later!

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