A couple photos from Argentina

We just returned from our honeymoon in Argentina — 10 much needed days in Buenos Aires and Mendoza. The trip was a combo of wine, steak, busy city streets and horseback rides in the Andean foothills.

This trip marked my first trip to the country since living there in 2007, and I still love South America. The energy, people and scenery are unlike anything else in the Northern Hempisphere, and I would love the chance to write about the trip (or really anything Argentine). If you have any thoughts, be it a paid opportunity or a guest blog post, leave me a note in the comments!

Photos courtesy of my wife.

La Casa Rosada (The Pink House), Argentina's presidential palace.
La Casa Rosada (The Pink House), Argentina’s presidential palace.
San Telmo has one of the liveliest weekend markets in the world, and the Afro Beats were pumping!
San Telmo has one of the liveliest weekend markets in the world, and the Afro Beats were pumping!
This panoramic view of Mendoza's vineyards doesn't come close to capturing the region's true beauty.
This panoramic view of Mendoza’s vineyards doesn’t come close to capturing the region’s true beauty.
The Plaza de Mayo is the political center of Argentina.
The Plaza de Mayo is the political center of Argentina.
This photo was taken while enjoying a beer on a rooftop terrace in Plaza Serrano in the Palermo neighborhood. A great way to spend an afternoon.
This photo was taken while enjoying a beer on a rooftop terrace in Plaza Serrano in the Palermo neighborhood. A great way to spend an afternoon.
Puerto Madero is perhaps the chicest neighborhood in the city and is home base for boats going out into the Rio de la Plata.
Puerto Madero is perhaps the chicest neighborhood in the city and is home base for boats going out into the Rio de la Plata.
A rustic vineyard in Mendoza.
A rustic vineyard in Mendoza.
These wine glasses were for ONLY seven people. Don't make any afternoon plans...
These wine glasses were for ONLY seven people. Don’t make any afternoon plans…
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