Indiana June is the main character in a real-life Pick-A-Path Adventure story.
She is cycling the globe and letting people vote to decide what she does next.
Her fate is in your hands so get voting to choose how the story unfolds.
What happens when superheroes retire?
Have you ever wondered what happens when superheroes hang up their capes and retire?
How do they readjust to 'normal life' after leaping tall buildings and fighting crime? Do they get a dog, li... read more.
Buenos Aires: Porteños & passion
Argentinians are famous for being passionate, meat
eating, polo playing, tango dancing, beautiful night owls - and
Porteños (from Buenos Aires) embody the extremities of this
S... read more.
Give me a T-A-N-G-O
When you arrive in Buenos Aires there are a few things that are
impossible to avoid… Inflation, dog poo and thankfully, the
So what is the official definition of the Tango?
tan·go... read more.
Holy ravioli revelations
For my birthday in Buenos Aires this year, I decided to have a
pasta making party.Who knew making ravioli from scratch
could teach me so much about life.
Here are the 10 lessons I learned f... read more.
Masa Critica: Movements that move me
Times I rang my bell: 165
Pot holes I hit:43
People riding with a potplant on their head:
------------------------------------------------------------------------... read more.
A fabulous fortnight in Buenos Aires
Sitting on the balcony of my Buenos Aires apartment I am
reflecting on the past fortnight and embracing the last bit of hug
left in the waning winter sun. These little quiet moments have
... read more.
Who's the Argentinian New Girl? It's Indy
I love living in Buenos Aires but sometimes I need a break from
the madness of a place that feels like Spain - but with half the
rules and twice the graffiti. When I have one of these over... read more.
Buenos Aires: Oh oh, who hit the SHUTDOWN button?
When I wake up I'm looking into Nick's eyes. Something is
definitely wrong, I didn't go to sleep opposite this man and now he
is looking at me with that oh too familiar frame of face. Part
... read more.
It's the people that make the places
I received a comment yesterday, from Kate
Lord, a fellow cycle nut who while cycling from Istanbul to
Norway broke her leg in three places doing an (unsuccessful) sky
dive. Sadly her trip was... read more.
Road rules to (hopefully) live by in Argentina
This morning I saddled up, ready to cycle to San Antonio De
Areco in search of my inner gaucho (cowgirl). Rather than risking
my life on the shoulder of the national highway with a peleton of
... read more.
The spectacular Teatro Colon and stringy gooey cheesey heaven
"In the early part of the last century the vast quantities
of meat and grain that Argentina exported to the world made it a
country of colossal wealth. Completed in 1908 and occupying an
enti... read more.
Spanish lessons: Before I walk I must crawl like a bebe
uno: Tongue gymanstics and
I arrive at Road2Argentina in Recoleta at 4.30pm for my
first language lesson with Interspanish. The plan is to do a two
week, two hour ... read more.
Plaza de Mayo: Banging drums and swearing in a president
Argentinians sure like to bang a drum and I got to see a whole
lot of it today when Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was sworn in as
president for a second term. (She's the first female
p... read more.
Indiana June is always on the lookout for new places to go and things to do.
If you have an idea you'd like to share, please make a suggestion.