Florence, Italy

Florence - Sunset over Arno by Giuseppe Torre :( I miss it SO MUCH. And I must get back here someday so I can get to the top of Il Duomo, and watch the sunset on the Arno from the top of San Michaelangelo.

Bariloche - Argentina

working in a hostel in Bariloche, Argentina.a quaint swiss-style, south american ski town where the tastiest chocolate treats await around every corner

The Duomo  Florence, Italy

The Duomo Florence, Italy one of my favourite places in the world 😊


They say it is the Berlin of Argentina. Also that Hitler may have escaped here after the war.

Avenida 9 de Julio... yes there are A LOT of lanes.  If you catch the lights right and walk very fast and have a little luck (ie no car coming!) it is possible to cross it in one shot.

9 de Julio Avenue is the widest avenue in the world. Its name honors Argentina's Independence Day, July It runs roughly 1 km mi) to the west of the Río de la Plata waterfront, from the Retiro district in the north to Constitución station in the south.

SPRING: The jacarandas of Buenos AIres make spring (Nov-Dec) a fabulous sight. The streets and parks are carpeted in purple, and because there is little wind the flowers last longer than in other countries. See more photos at http://www.batravelguide.com/2012/11/november-in-buenos-aires-jacaranda-time.html

Love this street lined with jacarandas Polanco Las Jacarandas.

Gorgeous photos of the Club de Pescadores de Buenos Aires on Costanera Norte

The Club de Pescadores is situated on the banks of the Río de la Plata in Costanera Norte Avenue, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Argentina - My brother Peter went to Word of Life Bible Institute in Argentina, and I got to travel down there for his graduation. We spent a couple days in the town where the Institute is, and then we enjoyed a few days in the capital, Buenos Aires!

Tango on Calle Florida.

Tango dancers at Calle Florida, downtown Buenos Aires' infamous commercial street.