Iguazu Falls, Argentina
1. All of the amazing restaurants, including steak, pastas, and even a great french place.
2. Staying in a place where we could cook. We even got to have pancakes! We stayed in the neighbordhood of San Telmo, which was super cute (it's known as the Tango neighborhood, but we managed to avoid Tango entirely) and we were able to park the car on the street easily.
Antique shop, San Telmo, Buenos Aires, Argentina
3. Seeing not one, but about 15 capybaras at the Buenos Aires zoo. We even got to see the less awesome side of capybaras, when one ate its own poop in front of us.
Capybara, Iguazu Wildlife Refuge, Argentina
Penguin, Punto Tambo, Argentina
Since Buenos Aires, we've been trying to make good time down to Ushaia, although yesterday we stopped by a Penguin Colony. We got to see a billion penguins up close, they are pretty cute. Unfortunately the babies aren't around til the end of the year, but we did get to see their eggs. Almost immediately after that, we ran out of gas on the highway for the first time. Turns out everyone we interacted with was super friendly and helpful, way more than required. The next gas station was about 30 miles away, oops. I did get to ride in a truck for the first time, though.
Here are some more photos from the past month or so:
Llamas in the road, Argentina
Machu Picchu, Peru
Making Chocolate, Cusco, Peru
After staying with D in Cusco, we somehow got zero pictures of us together. We had a great time in Cusco though! We do seem to have tons of us making chocolate!
Tropic of Capricorn, Argentina