B&M's Travels


November 2016

Valparaíso – 26 Nov 2016

We were thinking about a day trip to Valparaíso and we talked to Sebastian about it. He also said that it is possible to do so, as it is only 1.5 hours far away from Santiago. We woke up ‘early’... Continue Reading →


Santiago de Chile 24-25 Nov 2016

Day 1 - 24 Nov 2016 We landed to Santiago around 20:00. We were really tired, so we decided to try the Uber again. It was a bit confusing to figure out where we were supposed to wait for the... Continue Reading →

Puerto Natales – Punta Arenas 22-23 Nov 2016

Puerto Natales - 22 Nov 2016 The last time we visited Puerto Natales, we were in a hurry and we could not see the town at all. As you might remember from our previous post, we were busy getting ready... Continue Reading →

El Chaltén and Fitz Roy 20-21 Nov 2016

El Chaltén - 20 Nov 2016 We took the bus from El Calafaté at 18:00. Everywhere, we had seen the stickers and souvenirs of Route 40, but this time, between these two cities, we actually appreciated why it is so... Continue Reading →

El Calafaté and Perito Moreno Glacier 19-21 Nov 2016

El Calafaté - 19 Nov 2016 After Torres del Paine, we came back to Puerto Natales, as our ticket was a round trip back to Puerto Natales. It was 15000 Chilean pesos round trip. Our AirBNB hosts gave us some... Continue Reading →

Torres del Paine 14-18 Nov 2016

We have spent 5 amazing days camping in Parque Nacionale Torres del Paine without phone connection, without internet, but with stunning views of glaciers, lakes, rivers, streams, flowers, trees, foxes, birds, llamas, and mountains of course. It was a lifetime... Continue Reading →

Ushuaia – Dance me to the end of world 11-13 Nov 2016

Day 1 - 11 Nov 2016 - Tierra del Fuego, the land of fire We have left Buenos Aires at 4:30 in the morning, and after a flight we have spent mostly sleeping, we landed in Ushuaia at 8:05. The airport... Continue Reading →

Buenos Aires 8-11 Nov 2016

Day 1 - 08 Nov 2016 - The Paris of the South When we first learned that Buenos Aires means good air, we became really curious where this name is coming from. So we have been looking forward to finding... Continue Reading →

Ready, set, go! Ups! – On the way from Turkey to Argentina

One thing we have learned early on is that when you start planning for a long trip, some things have to go wrong. I have missed to mention in my earlier post about Bursa, is that it is also well-known... Continue Reading →

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