Having 6500 cubic meters per second of water flowing in front of me may sound amazing but seeing it with my own eyes was astonishing. When Eleanor Roosevelt visited Iguazu Falls years ago she couldn’t help but exclaim “Poor Niagra”. This is probably because Iguazu Falls is 30 meters taller and three times wider than Niagra Falls. Iguazu Falls is now named the “New 7 Wonders of Nature”.
After our first stop in Buenos Aires, we made our way down south towards Patagonia region to see Glaciar Perito Moreno. Our original plan was to bus down to El Calafate, however the total journey was going to take over 40 hours as the total distance was over 3000Km!
After one year’s worth of saving and preparation our world tour has finally began! Our First stop is a place known to be “Paris of South America”; it is also known as the capital of Argentina, Buenos Aires. In this completely foreign country, I am very fortunate to have an old friend who grew up and lives here locally to take us around. Buenos Aires is really different to all other cities I have been to before, I will now share with you our little Buenos Aires adventure!