Posts Tagged with "Travel Reviews"

Trip report: San Pedro de Atacama (part 2)

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

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Trip report: San Pedro de Atacama (part 2)

If you're new here, you may want to start with Our Consulting Problem and maybe our FAQ and if you like what you see you should totally subscribe to receive new posts via RSS or email in the box on the top right. Thanks for visiting!Our vacation from a vacation from a vacation in San [...]

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Trip report: San Pedro de Atacama (part 1)

Monday, September 6, 2010

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Trip report: San Pedro de Atacama (part 1)

We decided to take a trip to get out of the Santiago smog for a few days and quickly decided on San Pedro because (1) it’s the only major attraction that’s to the north, and it’s still too cold to go south and (2) it’s really neat.  San Pedro is a small town in the [...]

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Beaches and mountains and wineries, oh my!: More reasons why Santiago rocks

Monday, August 9, 2010

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Beaches and mountains and wineries, oh my!: More reasons why Santiago rocks

While Santiago is a great city in and of itself, possibly its most compelling feature is its proximity to an amazing variety of incredible day-trips, ranging from beaches to wineries to mountains and more.  This is a tale of some of those day-trips. Context I thoroughly enjoyed writing about career related topics (e.g., Career Option-value) [...]

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Review of Anuva Wine tasting in Buenos Aires: Do it, you’ll thank us

Thursday, July 22, 2010

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Review of Anuva Wine tasting in Buenos Aires:  Do it, you’ll thank us

You don’t have to go all the way to Mendoza to taste great Argentine wines!!! We’d heard good reviews from friends who’d done tastings of Argentine wines here in Buenos Aires with Anuva Wines and had been meaning to do it for months.  When Ryan’s sister came to visit and we thought we wouldn’t have [...]

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Our first tango show (and lessons!)

Sunday, March 21, 2010

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Our first tango show (and lessons!)

To mark our one-week anniversary as porteños, we decided to get our first exposure to the sensual dance that started right here in Buenos Aires – tango.  Our language school recommended Complejo Tango (which offers an evening of “lessons”, dinner and a show for ~US$60/person), so we got all dressed up and headed out across [...]

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