Mendoza in March

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AndrĂ©s and I spent the first week of March in marvelous Mendoza! Mendoza is a province of Argentina known for it’s wine cultivation. In fact, Mendoza is the Malbec capital of the world and makes Argentina the fifth largest producer of wine in the world. Apart from all that wine, many farms in Mendoza grow olives and produce olive oil PLUS the natural beauty of the region, with the Andes mountains nearby, is STUNNING! We flew into the capital city of the province, also called Mendoza, but then made our way to a town called San Rafael about three hours away.

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Throwback: Bariloche, Argentina (Patagonia)

Views from Cerro Otto

I thought I’d start my first throwback travel blog with a trip I was on a year ago! I want to write about my past travels but that can be pretty difficult when it was such a long time ago but luckily, I keep a pretty detailed journal and have great research skills via Google! So hopefully, this post will be sufficient enough.

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I Hate True Crime But Here Are My Favorite Podcasts

Podcasts have been around for a while but they’re only now starting to pick up popularity in the mainstream populace. Like, at least once a week someone I’m related to or went to high school with posts a Facebook status that says something like, “Comment podcast recommendations below!” The problem with these podcast recommendations is that they are overwhelmingly true crime pods. In fact, some people even say “I like true crime!” to guide people’s recommendations. Sometimes I think Facebook locals think podcasts have only one genre and that is true crime. For me, however, true crime is overdone and boring so I’m here to share with you some of my favorite podcasts.

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