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Day 11 – Welcome to Miami


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We arrived on our second location of the world-trip: Miami! We want to let you guys know we arrived safely here at our Motel in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Our 2 flights were pretty exhausting and chaotic. We went to the international airport of Buenos Aires at midnight and had to wait until 6.15 AM before

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Day 09 – Visiting 2veinte


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Thursday 21 February (our last day in Buenos Aires) we visited with Agustin Valcarenghi and Pablo Gostanian from 2veinte, the studio was pretty close (about 2km) from our hotel so it was easy to find! We had an appointment around 15.00PM and got a warm welcome by the guys and their (camera hating) bullterrier Dardo,

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Visiting San Telmo


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Last Saturday we went out for some dinner but every restaurant was completely empty. After walking about 30 minutes we had enough of it and we just went to the nearest restaurant. When we had the menu in front of us we saw that we where in a pizza restaurant. Haha yes we are in

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Discovering Buenos Aires


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It’s day 05 of our world-trip when I’m (Jordi) writing this. The past few days we’ve been checking out the area where we stay: Palermo. It’s a very nice area in Buenos Aires, with parcs, monuments, nice restaurants etc. As you could have seen in the last post my shoe broke on the first day!

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The Adventure Begins


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After more than a year of preparing this project and planning our world-trip, we finally started our journey! Yesterday we left Amsterdam to travel all the way to Buenos Aires via Rome. We arrived 16.oo o’clock local time in Rome and got something to eat. And we couldn’t leave Rome before eating a slice of

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Daan // This is my journey


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I always struggled to see who I really was, hiding myself behind a mask. When my mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer 2 years ago everything changed! I had to learn and accept that it’s impossible to have everything under control. I am allowed to do the things I dream of and it’s OK to

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