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Argentinean spirit

Updated on September 3, 2013

A journey to Argentina is always filled with something extraordinary and exciting as the country has so many interesting places that it is difficult to visit them at once. What strikes me the most is that this country has absolutely everything: starting with golden beaches and carnivals and ending with uninhabited lands and wild nature. But the greatest thing of all is that Argentina is a land of contrast. It is absolutely magnificent that you can get all types of climate, culture and people in just one country.

If not to talk about world famous waterfall Iguassu and endless valleys of Mendoza, I would love to talk about little cold place on the very South of Argentina. This place is called Patagonia. It is a large province that surprises you with breathtaking views, long rivers and mighty Andes Mountains. Here, in Patagonia once can get to a real snowy fairy tale, called The Valdes peninsula.

The Valdes peninsula is one of those places you spend a couple of days in and then never forget. It is in The Valdes where you can spend the most incredible time enjoying complete freedom and adventures. Here penguins run free without any fear to a human, sea lions lay on beaches and people live in a complete harmony.

It’s probably only in The Valdes where you can actually hear birds singing in the morning and here, the most magnificent action takes place. It happens around a summer time when whales are coming to the shores in maternal reasons so you can see real whales swimming in the ocean with their little babies in less than 500 meters.

The Valdes is a very special place for eco-travelers. You know, I think we all get to a point when we are tired of glass buildings and super cars and here, in Argentina, one can feel free and enjoy the world as it was from the start.

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    • Eiddwen profile image

      Eiddwen 4 years ago from Wales

      Very interesting.

      Eddy.

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      Vera Petryk 4 years ago

      Thank you very much, Eddy!)

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