The entire house is shaking with the violent gusts of wind as I sip my full cup of thick, homemade hot chocolate, trying not to spill. I’m in El Chaltén, Argentina, and I have a view of Fitz Roy to my right out the floor to ceiling windows of La Chocolatería. I have been road tripping, camping, and hiking the length of Chilean Patagonia for the past several weeks, but not today. Today, finally, I relax. It’s funny how travelers need vacations from traveling.
Because not everything I publish can be so serious. I love craft beer and I know I’m not alone in that, so here are some gift ideas for those craft beer lovers in your life! Also, if you’re on Untappd (it’s an app), find me there @travelingjackie. DrinkTanks Growler – Out of all the great growlers out there, these are by far not only the coolest looking, but they’re also well crafted and will keep your beer cold and carbonated for days. DrinkTanks Tumbler – Because we all need one for the road.
Hiking the Jordan Trail to Petra, jeeping in Wadi Rum, floating in the Dead Sea. Details coming soon! Subscribe below to stay informed. I’m excited to announce my first women’s adventure retreat, taking place in Cotopaxi, Ecuador, February 1-5, 2018! Yes, this one is for ladies only. Hang tight, guys – share this with your lady friends! If you are a female who has taken a leap, or plans to take a leap, to make a change in your life, I designed this retreat for YOU.
I took this at 10pm the other night and almost had to use my eye mask when I went to bed at 11. I love the energy of long days. I feel so much more alive when the sun stays with me all day. Grateful to be at 50 degrees south latitude in the middle of Jan… https://t.co/pVuikm7HpYhttps://t.co/r99BspEJuy
Sometimes you opt to cozy up and write instead of hike in the rain, especially when someone builds you a fire in your eco dome. Welcome to @ecocamp.
THIS is an "alfajor," in other words, one of Argentina's greatest contributions to the culinary world. This happens to be a "triple" with chocolate cookie cake layered with dulce de leche (caramel) AND semi sweet chocolate mousse, covered in chocolate. I… https://t.co/IGTdEkZE44https://t.co/0YSbviYy2T
THIS is an "alfajor," in other words, one of Argentina's greatest contributions to the culinary world. This happens to be a "triple" with chocolate cookie cake layered with dulce de leche (caramel) AND semi sweet chocolate mousse, covered in chocolate. I… https://t.co/IGTdEkZE44https://t.co/rWrLqXiUsx
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