This is the plan – we become homeless and unemployed, then travel for about 10 weeks. Then we head to New Zealand, try and get a job during winter and autumn, have a month off travelling New Zealand and head back to the UK before our tickets expire in a year.
On the way we intend to spend 2 months travelling through Argentina, fly to Sydney for a few nights and visit family, fly to Brisbane and visit friends and family for a week before flying to Auckland. We will stay with family (hopefully!) for a few weeks while we organise our affairs in New Zealand and attempt to get a job in Wellington.
In Argentina we want to spend time in Patagonia, see glaciers (including Perito Moreno one of the few stable glaciers in the world) go trekking around El Chaltén and go wine tasting in Mendoza province. Then we go to Buenos Aires where we will stay in an apartment for a month, with a trip to the Iguazu falls for a few days.
That’s the plan.
So far we’ve been through Patagonia, seen glaciers, and spent 2 days on a bus travelling Route 40 though wide empty spaces in Argentina. We trekked in Bariloche, saw crazy landscapes in Payunia, went white water rafting in San Rafael, and tasted wine in Mendoza.
Now we’re in an apartment in Buenos Aires for 4 weeks, though we want to travel to Iguazu in this time, as well as improving both our tango and Spanish too. We’ll also try and squeeze in a trip to Uruguay over the next few weeks.
Hopefully the next few weeks will be as successful as the first month was.