Visiting the mausoleums

No visit to Buenos Ares is complete without a trip to the mausoleum in the stunning suburb of Recoleta. A bizarre concept initially to get your head around graves above the ground, in what appears to be a small village with streets, trees, small park areas in amongst the tributes built to loved ones who have passed on. They are incredibly grand, many with statues in marble and bronze. The most popular by far...
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Arriving in Buenos Ares

Niki Schuck has arrived safe and sound in Buenos Ares
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Embarking on a trip of a lifetime

We are very excited to bring you regular blogs from Niki Schuck. While Niki’s real job is PR for several New Zealand celebrities and high profile individuals, her real love is travelling. Favourite trips include biking in Provence, France, ...trekking the Inca Trail and travelling solo in Oman. A regular writer for Peregrine, Niki’s articles have also been published by the Sunday Star Times, stuff.co.nz, Dominion Post and NEXT magazine. Now she is blogging for Calder and Lawson House of Travel as she embarks on her next adventure to Buenos Ares and Antarctica. Stay tuned for her first post later today! About to embark on a trip of a life time to Antarctica. I simply can't believe I'm going and even better my husband, Ed and Mum, Jonette are coming with me.
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