How I packed my bag to travel South America
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demarrer mac disque externe It’s always a challenge packing for a trip to unfamiliar climate and terrain. I knew my journey would test it all:
- trendy city life in Buenos Aires
- ice cold waters of the Chilean Pacific Ocean
- snowboarding in The Andes Mountains
- wandering the frosty desserts of Bolivia
- hiking Machu Pichu
- exploring the amazonian jungle in Ecuador
- basking in the sun and caribbean waters of Colombia
- surfing the entire west coast of the Americas and much, much more…
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So even for me I would still go smaller if I had the chance to pack again; it will probably be the topic of another post ;)
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