Breaking Down our Travel Budget JetSetting Fools

Breaking down the travel budget: 44 days in South America

By nature, I’m a saver, but now that we are travelling full-time without any income, we’ve become spenders. As the self-appointed CFO of our Jetsetting Fools operation, we are spenders on a budget of $100 per day – total for both of us.… Read the rest

Bariloche Craft Beer The Brews of Bariloche by

Bariloche craft beer: The Brews of Bariloche

Not only is Bariloche, Argentina saturated in exquisite natural beauty, it also boasts a hefty number of local breweries. It’s like Bariloche and I were made for each other (and I haven’t even mentioned all the chocolate shops!). Most of the Bariloche craft beer, called cerveza artesanal, is produced on a small scale using fresh, natural and local ingredients (most importantly the mountain water).… Read the rest

Parque Municipal Llao Llao Bariloche Argentina

A walk in the park: Parque Municipal Llao-Llao in Bariloche

The well-maintained paths at the Parque Municipal Llao-Llao in Bariloche, Argentina lead to incredible vistas set within their natural landscapes. The park is about an hour away from town (by an inexpensive bus ticket of about $1) and entrance to the park is free to visitors.… Read the rest

Colonia Suiza in Bariloche JetSetting Fools

Colonia Suiza in Bariloche, Argentina

The historic village of Colonia Suiza in Bariloche, Argentina is an hour bus ride away from the center of Bariloche and a travel back in time. The area was originally settled in 1895 by a Swiss family who had spent 10 years in Chile.Read the rest

Cerro Campanario JetSetting Fools

Conquering Cerro Campanario

Our first day in Bariloche, Argentina and we were on a quest: Conquer Cerro Campanario! Ok, honestly, it isn’t that high as far as mountains go – it sits at a mere 1,049 meters and the elevation gain during the hike is only a quarter of that – but even with the plentiful peaks around, the views from the top of Cerro Campanario are said to be the best in town.Read the rest

Statues in Recoleta Cemetery in Buenos Aires, Argentina

A day in Recoleta, Buenos Aires: Cemetery, Brewery and Art

While in Buenos Aires, we spent a day in Recoleta, which is considered the wealthiest area of the city with luxurious shopping, art galleries, museums and mansions. It also has the Recoleta Cemetery, rumored to be the most expensive real estate in the city.Read the rest