Camping Estancia El Carmen
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We woke up this morning surrounded by ocean. We are making our way down the coast to our first stop, which was going to be Bahia Blanca, but they are in the midst of a tremendous rain storm. This is an area that gets very little rain and they have already received over 5". There is flooding and mudslides already and they are getting more rain. So we are going to avoid that area and will spend another day at sea tomorrow and head to an island where we ...
... the shop picked them up from our Hotel the next day after we were unable to use them due to rain, wind, rain and some very strong wind.
After a while the local work force got to recognise the local (stand out like a sore thumb) British people and two days before leaving other humans arrived! Nic found a quality cake shop where we were at our British best.
These days were for chilling as we had had our fill of buses and ...
... arrived in a remis (taxi) that then took us over to Los Troncos for another night of Parilla. Day 4 (Sunday) -Ed departed in the morning for Buenos Aires to be back in time to catch a flight to Barcelona for Mobile World Congress that evening. Fer, Paty and I decided to rent a parador and spend the day relaxing on the beach. The waves were huge and it was cool and windy. We had lunch at the restaurant where we rented the parador, Mirasoles ...
Off the back packer trail - the Pampas: We decided to see the Atlantic coast and the pampas south of BA - grass, cows, fences, a few trees, and lagoons. The pampas are the vast areas of flat grass lands that make up the majority of the Argentine countryside. There really isn't much else to see out in these ares, so the guide books don't spend much time on them. A person is much more likely to see Argentine tourists ...
... toward the environment in NZ. Wish we had more time to prepare!
We headed back to Buenos Aires in the afternoon, stopping in a Gaucho town to visit a shop selling traditional gaucho things. Then we travelled to Delores, the next town and stopped for lunch at a roadside restauran. There they are cooking meat outside by an open fire. We tried ‘Chiripan’, fresh chorizo in bread.
When we arrived back in Buenos Aires, Ananda, Graciela’s daughter ...