A few photos of Holiday decorations to share with you this Christmas Day.
DrFumblefinger shares a few images of the world's southernmost city, taken on a bus ride from the airport to a ship (enroute to Antarctica).
After spending more than a week in Antarctica and a day and a half heading north across Drake's passage, DrFumblefinger sees his first views of South America—namely, Cape Horn.
Judy Barford discovers unusual images in her Buenos Aires hotel that provide food for thought.
DrFumblefinger visits an attractive new bridge in a revitalized section of the city. It's one of the newer landmarks in Buenos Aires.
DrFumblefinger was surprised to see a collection of stones around the base of the famous General's statue, outside of the Casa Rosada.
Sylvia shares some photos of southern Patagonia, as her plane's approach into Ushuaia's airport reveals great views of the Andes Mountains and the Beagle Channel.
Judy Barford shares pictures of a visit to the world's largest waterfall complex.
Buenos Aires pulses with life and a Latin vibe, and like all of the world’s great cities it never seems to sleep.
DrFumblefinger visits Plaza de Mayo, the financial and political heart of Buenos Aires.
DrFumblefinger visits this basilica in Buenos Aires, part of a former Dominican convent.
Disney is planning small-ship expeditions to Antarctica and the Galapagos once cruising resumes.
Gumbo was visiting the main Catholic church in downtown Buenos Aires. An interesting building that houses a memorial to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and General San Martin, considered the Father of Argentina.
Gilles shares some photos of the beautiful remote and relatively unexplored northwest region of Argentina.
DrFumblefinger explores Lapataia Bay. The southern end of the PanAm highway is located here, and the Bay is within a stone's throw of the Chilean/Argentinian border, a border that has long been disputed.