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    yosoyriley:

Iguazu Falls: one of the most ineffable and awe-inspiring places I have ever witnessed 
As you walk towards the falls, the roar of the water builds. You can see the mist in the air from fifteen-minutes away. I remember everyone telling me that it was awesome, but nothing could have prepared me for the giganticness that is Iguazu Falls. I don’t think I have ever been more in wonder or as silenced by the sheer power of nature.  It’s terrifying almost. If you have a chance to go, you should go. Of all of the touristy and typical things guidebooks recommend, I think this is the most ‘must-see.’ 

    yosoyriley:

    Iguazu Falls: one of the most ineffable and awe-inspiring places I have ever witnessed 

    As you walk towards the falls, the roar of the water builds. You can see the mist in the air from fifteen-minutes away. I remember everyone telling me that it was awesome, but nothing could have prepared me for the giganticness that is Iguazu Falls. I don’t think I have ever been more in wonder or as silenced by the sheer power of nature.  It’s terrifying almost. If you have a chance to go, you should go. Of all of the touristy and typical things guidebooks recommend, I think this is the most ‘must-see.’ 

    Posted on Friday, March 7th 2014

    Reblogged from A los pedos

    ambersmoczyknyu:

One last weekend getaway to the beaches of Uruguay was exactly what I needed right before this week of finals. The rest of the NYU BA students and I are trying our best to soak up as much of this amazing Southern Hemisphere weather as possible before we head back for winter in the states.

    ambersmoczyknyu:

    One last weekend getaway to the beaches of Uruguay was exactly what I needed right before this week of finals. The rest of the NYU BA students and I are trying our best to soak up as much of this amazing Southern Hemisphere weather as possible before we head back for winter in the states.

    Posted on Wednesday, December 11th 2013

    Reblogged from Amber in Buenos Aires