Among some of the many unique things about Argentina, are the Gauchos. These cowboys of South America have a lot in common with their American counterparts. I spent a month living and working on an active horse and cattle ranch to learn what life is like for a Gaucho.
Monthly Archives: January 2017
Walking down the streets of Buenos Aires can feel like you’re in a European City. This place was founded in the 1500s and colonized by Spaniards. Spanish architecture was built to last, and made of stone and brick. That’s one of the big differences between Spanish colonies and British colonies. The British built with wood, so … Continue reading Ep 7: The Beautiful Recoleta Cemetery. Eva Perón. Argentine Barbecue.
After getting out of four and a half years in the Marine Corps, the first thing I wanted to do was leave the country and travel. Having been to two wars makes you consider a lot of things you haven’t done in life, and travel was one of those. I had never been south of … Continue reading Ep 6: Argentina Stories. Nightlife And Living In Buenos Aires.
What was once a beautiful 12th Century monastery in Spain, ended up in a pile of rubble in California. In this episode of Go the Travel Podcast, we explore the mystery of the Sacred Stones.
“It’s listed, consistently in the top five dives in the world,” according to Murray Johnson, an avid world traveler and certified scuba diver. Silfra Fissure is located on the Northern tip of Thingvellir Lake, which is Iceland’s largest body of water. This Unesco World Heritage Site is only a 35-minute drive from Reykjavik. What’s most … Continue reading Ep 4: Diving Iceland’s Silfra Fissure. Camper Vans in Iceland.
A recently released study in the journal Science, has crowned the Greenland Shark as the oldest living vertebrae. Using radiocarbon dating, scientists discovered that these sharks can live to be over 400 years old.
There are lots of perks of living on a volcanic hotspot. Some of which we explore in this episode.
Icelanders predated Columbus’ arrival to North America by nearly 500 years. New findings in Canada are revealing more sites where Leif Erikfson may have settled.