(To start at the beginning of my RTW trip, click here Day One, RTW in 99 days (globedottingtravel.com) What I’ve been doing since I got home: besides wearing something different every day 🙂 — got hair cut and colored (#1 priority!!); received commercial real estate industry’s Founders Award; walked high...Read more
Day 101. Brooklyn
My plane landed early….at 5:30am before customs even opened…we had to sit on the plane to wait for them to open. By the way, my plane took off at 8:15pm last night, and at 10:00pm, they closed the airport again and have said it will remain closed for at least...Read more
>Day 100. RTW trip coming to an end…
>I woke up on Day 100 of my trip to learn that the same flight on Saturday night to NY just took off at 5:00am this morning. So a two day delay was a good choice! It was another beautiful, sunny day in BsAs. I had been wanting to try...Read more
>Day 99. Extra day in Buenos Aires. (Saturday)
>I woke up this morning to the news that my plane from last night still hadn’t left the ground….And it was 60 degrees and sunny in Buenos Aires…(and wasn’t it raining in NY? :-). I headed up to the La Biela Cafe for a leisurely breakfast. Then took a swing...Read more
>Day 98…not time to go home yet! (Friday)
>As I previously reported, I moved my flight from tonight to Sunday night to avoid the chaos at the airport due to the closure yesterday, and continued cancellations today. My Round The World ticket allows changes, and the apartment we’re in was still available for the weekend, so it didn’t...Read more
>Day 97. Tango Show. (Thursday).
>On Thursday, I opted for a day of rest. Katherine still wanted to see some sights (and do some more shopping :-). One of the highlights of her excursion was doing the backstage tour of the Teatro Colon. It has just reopened after a major renovation….and she was impressed. They...Read more
>Day 96. Back to BsAs (Wednesday)
>We had thought we would have to wait until Thursday to fly back to Buenos Aires. We were also checking the option of taking the bus. There is an executive overnight bus that has beds (like the first class section of the airplane), and they feed you and serve wine...Read more
>Day 95. Mendoza. (Tuesday)
>On our second day in Mendoza, Katherine headed out for her dream of horseback riding in the Andes. The following is provided by Katherine, as a contributing author :-). ——————–With mountains on all sides, and the vividly blue lake formed by the Potrerillos Dam (which is the source of water...Read more
>Day 98. Extending trip to 101 days!
>We have more to share with you for days 95-97, but just wanted all of you to know that I have extended my trip for two additional days! I was to fly home this evening, but the airport has been closed for two days due to the volcanic ash cloud...Read more
>Days 93-94. Mendoza….wine country!
>(posted Day 96….we are now back in Buenos Aires….they reopened the airport a day earlier than expected). As most of you know, Argentina is famous for its Malbecs, and Mendoza is “the” place…so on Sunday (day 93), we headed out of Buenos Aires for wine country. When we arrived, Katherine...Read more