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The more time I spend in Argentina, the more I fall in love with this country and its charm.
This picture was taken in San Antonio de Areco, a small town in northern Buenos Aires Province. Only two hours away from the capital, it is an idyllic pampa town to experience the charm of Argentine Gaucho life The town dates to early 1730 and to its day it preserves many Gaucho traditions, including silver work and saddlery of its artisans.
The weather-beaten corner building, you see on this picture, was originally a general store and is more than 200 years old. The building seems to be taken from Don Segundo Sombra (most popular Gaucho novel). Now it’s a pulpería, a place that can be best described as a mixture of wild west saloon bar, restaurant and deli.
We spent a couple of hours wandering around the town, exploring local stores, discovering artisans workshops and of course, meeting incredibly kind and friendly locals, who were always happy to appear on the picture.
One of the most beautiful sunsets I've seen in a while.
If you are in Buenos Aires and you would want to get the best view from above, I suggest you to visit @palaciobarolotours for the best sunset spot Palacio Barolo is a fascinating landmark office building that was built in 20th century and until 1935 was the tallest bulling in South America If you would like to see more, check out my stories for more insights from another day in Buenos Aires.
Including walk around La Recoleta Cementerio, one of the most beautiful (and probably most haunted cementaries in the world), visiting Casa Rosada (the executive mansion and office of the President of Argentina ) and tour around Palacio Barolo with the most stunning view from above.
Buenos días, Buenos Aires It’s so good to be here!
To be honest, I still don’t entirely realise that I am on the other side of the world now. It’s not autumn, but spring, and instead of fallen leaves I see cherry blossoms and purple jacarandas. For the last 48h, since I’ve arrived here, I’ve seen and experienced so much beauty, kindness and hospitality. I’m really grateful to be here!
This shot was taken at La Boca (thank you @dy_ellie for capturing this), the oldest and most colourful neighbourhood in Buenos Aires. It’s famous for art, music, tango and, of course, football. The neighbourhood was settled and built by Italian immigrants in the end 19th century and you still can feel that European flavour.
You’ll find more insights through my stories Also, thank you all, who sent me suggestions about must places to visit and experience in Buenos Aires! It’s really amazing to be part of such an international community, like you, guys! ~
Thank you, @travelbuenosaires for such a warm welcoming! @visitargentina @huntgram #travelbuenosaires
Today I'm escaping sweet London's autumn and heading to warm Buenos Aires spring (I can't believe this is actually happening ) I'm beyond excited to partner with @VisitArgentina and @TravelBuenosAires, to visit the country I've been dreaming to explore for so long During next ten days I'll be sharing my first Argentina experience via photos and stories Has anyone of you been to Argentina before? Or maybe there's someone who's actually from Argentina? #TravelBuenosAires #VisitArgentina @huntgram
The only two things I'm missing on this picture are horses and a carriage York is one of these cities that take you back in time On another note, I'm finally catching up with editing videos from this year's travels There's new video on my YouTube channel, and this time I'm showing you around beautiful Cote D'Azure, France (in collab with @visitcotedazur) As always, link in bio
I've wanted to visit Saltburn-by-the-Sea for a very long time now A delightful coastal town is situated in North Yorkshire. It has retained much of charm that made it favourite of holidaymakers in Victorian England Many of Victorian features have been preserved, including pier and water balanced cliffside tram It was opened in 1884 and it's the oldest remaining water balanced cliff lift in Britain This part of Yorkshire is also believed to be a popular surfing destination in England ♀️ (must admit - not as great as Cornwall, though )!
If you are traveling to Yorkshire, you should add Staithes to your list. The village has the air of a place lost in time. The cobbles, alleys and cottages are pretty much as they were in the 18th century.
The young James (later Captain) Cook had his first job here, as an apprentice grocer, oddly, not a seaman The place is also famous for its geological history. There are many fossils found under the cliffs and being part of the Jurassic coastline it has been given heritage coast status It's one of the prettiest seaside villages I've visited in England. I didn't have much time to explore it, but I hope I'll be able to return there soon! What's your favourite village to visit in England ?
It's so moody today Plus, it's raining like there's no tomorrow And I'm traveling to Helsinki in a couple of hours, where the weather this weekend is even worse than in London now nevertheless, I'm really excited Anyone of you guys are from Helsinki? Please let me know recommendations for places to see any good coffee shops best places to photograph things to do any advice is much appreciated! Happy Friday and let's hope the weather will get better