Cities in South America

July 17, 2008

Hi everybody,

I’m writting this blog to share with you the wonderfull cities in South America.

First I will start with some facts about South America. Portuguese and Spanish are the most spoken languages in South America, each spoken by around 90% of the continent’s population. Portuguese is the official language of Brazil, which holds nearly 50% of the South American population.   

But will travel to South America? That’s easy to answer… South America has amazing and different places to go. You can find there wonderfull Beachs (BRAZIL), Salt Deserts (Chile), Glacials (Patagonia), Inca Ruins (Peru), Mountain Rages (Andes), …




I hope you enjoy it!!!

Thank you,



El Calafate, declared national capital of the glaciers.

Settled on the southern shore of Lago Argentino, Santa Cruz, El Calafate is a small and charmous city that offers a wide and good range of services (lodging, restaurants, touristic agents, transport).

El Calafate is an amazing tourist destination to visit Los Glaciares National Park, including the Perito Moreno Glacier (one of the most visited in the world) and the Cerro Chaltén and Cerro Torre.



Patagonia – Ushuaia

July 17, 2008

I’m a little suspect to talkabout Brazil, maybe because I’m Brazilian…. So I will start to talk about this amazing city in South America – Ushuaia.

Ushuaia is the southernmost city in the world. Offering unlimited activities in and around town, the entire mountain range behind Ushuaia, with its lakes and rivers, has first-rate hiking, skiing and boating opportunities.