Argentina and Iguazu Falls

I was in Argentina only a few weeks, but it was action-packed and exciting, from the city to the wilds. I hope you enjoy the photos.

From the Argentine side of Iguazu Falls I could see Brazil and Paraguay. Not visit, but see.
Black-chested jay.
Adventurous folks took boats to the falls . . .
and got closer . . .
and closer! Not me; I get scared just looking at this.
If anyone can identify this spider (?), I would be grateful.
I love effective signs.
The groovy Yacutinga Lodge.
My trendy digs in Buenos Aires. The owners were tango teachers and Picasso admirers. I had private tango lessons with the husband, and learned tango is saturated with emotion. Later at the BA airport, I almost did not board my flight back to the US – I was going to stay and spend the rest of my life learning tango. That, sadly, did not happen.
I wish I had better photos of all the tango I got to see, but I do have LOTS of videos.
Antique market, Buenos Aires.

“All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us” – J.R.R. Tolkien

4 thoughts on “Argentina and Iguazu Falls”

  1. I’m enjoying your look back at your travels. Your photos are great! It may be the only time I’ll get to see some of these places.


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