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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Plan the perfect week in Costa Rica with these family-friendly itinerary ideas. From volcanoes and hot springs to waterfalls and estuaries, each plan features a range of outdoor experiences. Focus your time around hiking and wildlife viewing in national parks, opt for an adventure centered around volcanoes and Pacific beaches, or choose a trip filled with active pursuits like sailing and snorkeling around the coral reef off the Catalina Islands. With hands-on activities like chocolate-making workshops and nighttime rainforest walks, these action-packed trips are a hit with kids and adults alike.
With six days in Costa Rica, travelers can easily explore two or three destinations. Itineraries fun for the whole family include a trip to La Fortuna Waterfall Reserve, an excursion to Manuel Antonio National Park, a wildlife excursion around Arenal Volcano (plus a zip line adventure!), and a trip plan centered around volcanoes and beaches. Add a cultural element to the trip by spending a day exploring the historic center of San José. Read on to learn more about your options for family-friendly trips around Costa Rica.
With ten days to spend in Indonesia, many travelers make a beeline to Bali for a highlights tour of the island's historic temples, beautiful beaches, and scenic rice fields. You could choose to focus more specifically on Balinese culture, choosing an itinerary that features local experiences like cooking classes. Or you could combine several days in Bali with time on another island, like Nusa Penida, an excellent destination for snorkeling. Another option is to skip Bali and spend ten days exploring the natural wonders of Java or cruising around the Raja Ampat Archipelago on a traditional wooden sailboat. Read on to learn more about your options.
Spend an unforgettable week in Indonesia with one of these unique itineraries! Focus your time on Bali, spending seven days visiting world-famous temples and swimming in waterfalls in the jungle, or combine a few days in Bali with a snorkeling and boating adventure around the island of Lombok. Get away from it all on a trip to western Flores and the Komodo Archipelago, hiking through secluded caves and sleeping in a traditional cone-shaped hut. Animal lovers won't want to miss an itinerary around North Sumatra, featuring interactions with elephants and the chance to spot orangutans in the wild, or an exciting trip to Borneo and Java that's rich with wildlife viewing opportunities. Learn more about your options by reading over the itineraries below.
Make the most of five days in Indonesia with one of these unique itineraries! Opt for a Bali highlights tour that features jungle hikes, snorkeling in crystal-clear waters, and enjoying Balinese-style nightlife in the resort town of Seminyak. Or choose a Bali tour that focuses on scenery, from picturesque waterfalls to rice terraces to a unique "floating temple." Combine a few days in Bali with some time in Nusa Penida, known for its rock formations and an underground temple. Other excellent choices include a 5-day adventure around the island of Java, home to the world's largest Buddhist temple, or a beach-oriented 5-day itinerary that features a cruise through Komodo National Park. Find out more about your options by reading over the itineraries below.
With two weeks to spend in Japan, travelers have a great range of options. Go on a classic tour around the country's highlights — including Tokyo, Kyoto, Hiroshima, and more — or opt for an itinerary that focuses specifically on culture and history. Travelers with children love a family-oriented tour featuring hands-on activities, like sushi-making classes and a samurai sword-fighting course, plus visits to two major theme parks. Adventurous visitors opt for an off-the-beaten-path journey around Japan's hidden treasures or an active trip around the country's wintry landscapes. Read on to learn more about your choices for a two-week stay in Japan.