10 Reasons To Travel Through South America // Brittany from Boston

10 Reasons To Travel Through South America

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From the mountainous region of Patagonia in Argentina and Chile, to the historic Incan citadel of Machu Picchu in Peru, the vast Salt Flats in Bolivia, the endless expanse of the Amazon Jungle, and the beaches of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, South America is a treasure trove for travelers looking for a unique experience. […]

10 Reasons To Go Hiking Through Patagonia // Brittany from Boston

10 Reasons To Go Hiking Through Patagonia

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As we come to the close of another year, I look back to how I started this year, by hiking through Patagonia. If ever there was a way to show a year that you mean business, it’s to kick it off by hiking through one of the most inhospitable yet beautiful regions of the world. After […]

My Patagonia Photo Diary // Brittany from Boston

My Patagonia Photo Diary

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In what was probably the greatest challenge of my life, both physically and psychologically, I spent a month hiking through Patagonia at the beginning of this year. It was just me, my oversized backpack, and the trail for weeks and weeks. Maybe if I was a seasoned hiker it would’ve been a breeze, but I […]

10 Reasons You Should Visit the Falkland Islands // Brittany from Boston

10 Reasons You Should Visit the Falkland Islands

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The Falkland Islands are an archipelago off the southeastern coast of Argentina. You may also know them by their Spanish name, Islas Malvinas, because there is an ongoing disagreement over ownership between Britain and Argentina. But whatever you choose to call it, these remote islands are teeming with wildlife and history, and you should definitely […]

Sailing the Beagle Channel to the End of the World // Brittany from Boston

Sailing the Beagle Channel to the End of the World

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Those familiar with the famous expedition of the HMS Beagle don’t need any introduction to the Beagle Channel at the southern tip of South America. This channel connects the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and was an important route used by many ships in years past, especially before the digging of the Panama Canal. (More on […]

Visiting the End of the World: 10 Things to Do in Ushuaia, Argentina

The Most Charming Airbnb at the End of the World

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Maybe you’re late to the Airbnb game, or maybe your memo got lost in cyberspace, but Airbnb is for sure the coolest way to stay when you travel. This service allows folks to rent out their space, whether it be a couch, a room, or a whole house. And then you, the lucky traveler, pay […]

Visiting the End of the World: 10 Things to Do in Ushuaia, Argentina // Brittany from Boston

Visiting the End of the World: 10 Things to Do in Ushuaia, Argentina

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The southernmost city in all the Americas, Ushuaia is properly the only city in all of Patagonia, because it serves as the port for cruises headed further south to Antarctica. Whether you’re headed to this southern Argentinian outpost for a cruise, or as the start to a hike through Patagonia, or just out of curiosity […]