Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world

Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world

I had started this trip to descend to the “End of the world”, to take momentum and to go back up, with the intention of closing one stage and start writing another one. On the way, the city conquered me with the warmth of its people and the wild beauty of its landscapes.

A paradise to discover

A paradise to discover

Intense. That word perfectly sums up my stay in the Esteros del Iberá, located in the heart of Corrientes, where the days begin at the same time as the first rays of sun and extend until the hour when the sky becomes a cloak of stars

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What to do in Ushuaia?
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What to do in the Esteros del Iberá
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How big are you

How big are you

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Friar Stone
Friar Stone
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The legendary Cerro Torre
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On the roads of Malbec
On the roads of Malbec
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What to do in Ushuaia?
What to do in Ushuaia?
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Ushuaia: End of the World, beginning of everything
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From Ushuaia to El Chaltén
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