I'm a travel writer based in Buenos Aires. I've been all over Argentina (and South America) on assignments for a variety of web and print publications.
What places and activities do you specialize in?
"Latin America. In South America, I specialize in Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, and Brazil, but also Peru and Ecuador. In Central America, I specialize in Nicaragua. I also love Mexico and have traveled there many times.
I'm also well-traveled in Europe. I lived in both Rome and Prague, so I know those cities well, and I've traveled extensively in Italy, Spain, and Germany.
Also: Morocco, California, Portugal, Cuba."
How did you get involved in travel?
"I was born into it: my parents are world travelers."
Please share a unique travel experience you will never forget.
"Swimming with penguins, sharks, seahorses, and giant sea turtles in the Galapagos has to go down as one of the most memorable experiences of my life."
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Two weeks is a perfect amount of time to spend in and around Kenya. There are many ways to structure your trip: combine a wilderness safari with a cultural tour around the country, focus on birdwatching as you travel around Kenya's top national parks, or cross the border and add in a few days in Uganda for a once-in-a-lifetime gorilla trekking adventure. Learn more about your options with the itineraries below.
With two weeks to spend, many travelers opt for a tour of the Netherlands that includes everything from classic sights and destinations, to canals in Amsterdam and windmills in the countryside. Others choose to combine the Netherlands and Belgium on the same trip. If you're up for crossing the border, consider a 14-day trip around both countries' major highlights, or an itinerary focused on a theme like art or cycling. Read on to learn more about your options.
Ten days is a perfect amount of time to explore the Netherlands. Opt for a classic tour around the country's cities, museums, windmills, and flower fields choose a trip plan that focuses on coastal destinations, learn about the Dutch Masters on an art-focused itinerary, or if you're traveling with children, consider a family-focused adventure. Alternatively, you could spend half your time in the Netherlands and the other half in Flanders on a trip that crosses the border to Belgium. Learn more about your various options by reading over the itineraries below.
Spend a week in the Netherlands exploring art history, cycling through flower fields, cruising around canals, and relaxing on the beach! How you spend your time is up to you: a family-friendly tour offers outdoor excursions and hands-on museums suitable for children, a cycling tour is great for active travelers, and a Dutch art-focused itinerary is perfect for Van Gogh fans. It's also possible to combine a few days in the Netherlands with some time in Belgium on a weeklong tour of Holland and Flanders. Learn more about your options by reading over the five itineraries below.
With five days to spend in the Netherlands, you have a surprising range of options. Distances between destinations are relatively small, making it possible to see and do a lot, even on a short trip. Choose a flower-themed tour of the Netherlands, learn about the Dutch Masters on an art-oriented trip, delve into the country's World War II history, ride an e-bike through the countryside on a cycling tour, or choose a family-friendly itinerary that's filled with outdoor excursions and hands-on activities for all ages. Check out the itineraries below to learn more.
With two days to spend in the French Riviera, stick to a couple of key destinations, like Cannes and Nice or Saint-Tropez. You can add some time sailing around islands or hiking in the Alps if you have three to five days, and if you have around a week, detour to Provence. Travelers with ten or more days to spend have lots of options, whether you want to slow down and experience the region at a slower pace or add it on to a wide-ranging trip around France. Read on for advice on how many days to spend on the French Riviera.