The Valley of the Moon (Argentina)  Ischigualasto, meaning “the place where you put the moon” is a remote valley in Argentina. It is studded with geological formations left by wind erosion, amazing standing stones and boulders that are so rounded they look like enormous marbles. The valley's once-fertile ground is now arid and contains so many plant and animal fossils that paleontologists come from all over the world to study them

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10 Geological Wonders You Didn't Know About -- Valley of the moon in Argentina is studded with geological formations left by wind erosion, amazing standing stones and boulders that are so rounded they look like enormous marbles.

Mount Fitz Roy, Argentina -

Monte Fitz Roy (also known as Cerro Chaltén, Cerro Fitz Roy, or simply Mount Fitz Roy) is a mountain located near El Chaltén village, in the Southern Patagonian Ice Field in Patagonia, on the border between Argentina and Chile.

Tren a las Nubes - Salta, Argentina

Tren a las Nubes” (Train to the Clouds) of 4200 m. I can't believe I didn't know this existed when I was in Salta with not a lot to do.

Cementerio de Recoleta - Buenos Aires

Recoleta Cementery, Buenos Aires, Argentina-Evita Peron lies in a non-descript mausoleum here, one of the most sought-after in the country

El Chaltén - santa Cruz, Argentina

Trekking Outside El Chalten, Argentina. Nicely maintained walking paths in Glacier National Park outside El Chalten in Argentine Patagonia.

"Pueblo de Iruya". Salta. Argentina.

Pueblo de Iruya, near Salta, Argentina. I would get off the bus at one of these places and spend a lazy day and night.

Brujas - Belgica

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Brujas -  Bélgica

Bruges, Belgium - The best waffles, chocolate and Frites with mayo!

Cocu - Malabia 1510 Esquina Gorriti, 1414, Palermo, Buenos Aires www.boulangeriecocu.com

Cocu - Malabia 1510 Esquina Gorriti, 1414, Palermo, Buenos Aires www.boulangeriecocu.com

Lago Pukaki, Nueva Zelanda.

still the bluest waters I have seen. Mebe I'll be back dere somedae Lake Pukaki, New Zealand. A shimmering blue jewel set against a backdrop of Aoraki/Mt Cook made this New Zealand landscape the perfect Lake town.

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