Architect from Buenos Aires, curious traveler, foodie, enthusiastic photographer, travel blogger, with a huge wanderlust.
Hi Britney, For Argentines for example the vaccine against yellow fever is required to enter Thailand, they check your certificate in the airport, so I suggest you check that before your travel. See More
Hi Gina, I agree with Lorraine and would like to add that you should take some time to explore the neighbourghoods like Montmartre, and not only see the Sacre Coeur Basilica. Also don't miss Le Marais... See More
Hi Naccy, I made this trip 2 years ago. You have to book a cruise to visit Halong Bay Vietnam, there are cruisies of 2 days 1 night and more. They will pick you up from your hotel and take you back there after the trip. To visit Sa Pa District... See More
Hi Tyler, in the ancient quartier there are lots of little restaurants with tables on the sidewalks (and even on the street) where the food is really good and cheap. I don't think you'll have any problems with that. everything is really tasty. See More
Hi Kevin, Palermo fulfills all your requirements. Is central but residential, has the best parks of the city, nice coffee shops and restaurants, trendy bars and the best nightlife. It's a big neibourghood so I advice you to be near Santa Fe Ave.... See More
I'm thinking of going to Australia for one week or 10 days for new year. Melbourne, Sydney on the 31/1, the Gold Coast and the Great Barrier Reef. I'd love to get advices of what to see, where to stay, how to get around. It's a big country and I'm a bit... See More
Could be that it is not possible to book the trip so many months before. Because there are ferrys in that date for sure, you should check in a couple of months. I thinks it's best to leave the car in Montevideo, in Buenos Aires you really don't need one. See More