Overland Travel through South America We travel full-time, in our overland truck come home, around Latin America. We share our life on the road, beautiful photos, and advice from our experiences.
Who would expect a collection of over 60 finely executed murals in a sleepy little town like Villa 25 de Agosto in Uruguay? Public art which is worth a visit!
An industrial slaughterhouse in Uruguay is now UNESCO World Heritage listed. It is the original home of brands like Oxo and Fray Bentos.
The opulence and macabre beauty of some of the incredible mausoleums make La Recoleta Cemetery a tourist attraction in Buenos Aires (b+w photo gallery).
The San Telmo market is on the must-do-list for most visitors to Buenos Aires – rightly so! If you like people watching and curious things you’ll love it.
Many photos we take never fit into a blog post. They usually capture typical daily sights or oddities we notice during our travel around South America.
The Iberá Wetlands is one of the most important reserves of freshwater on earth. It supports an enormous variety of animal, bird, aquatic and plant life.
After our recent visit to Las Marías, we now understand a lot more about the production, and the strong cultural tradition, of Yerba Maté in Argentina.