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... the apartment where our duffle bag full of ski gear had been waiting for us ever since we dropped it off back in April while driving in the Wicked Camper Van from Ushuaia to Santiago. The day after we arrived, we joined the rest of the nation to watch Argentina lose to Germany in the final championship game of the 2014 World Cup. We witnessed one last parade demonstrating huge Argentinian pride that evening on the streets of San Martin.
During the rest of our first ...
... approached one corner, the car went into a slide towards the small cliff-edge wall. Despite the wall, Denise was convinced we were going over the edge but, youŽll be pleased to read, I managed to save us at the last second.
By the way, if youŽre desperate for another comparison, driving 3,377 miles over two weeks is the same as driving from mid-Cornwall to Glasgow six and a half times, or just over three round ...
... entertaining). We heard abotu ten different ones, crying and laughing throughout.
We were about 30 minutes away from Neuquen when the cops stopped us. At first we had to convince ourselves that we had done nothing wrong, that we had no drugs and all that good stuff.. why is it that every time the cops stop you you feel guilty? it's like an automatic feeling of guilty.. Like OO a cop.. **** I must have done something wrong... But no they were just detouring everyone ...
... what can we do…so is life. Our new gauge for wind is, “If we can ride in a straight line, it can’t be that bad.” We mostly maintain a direct line for the next 40km to San Martin de los Andes. At the outskirts of the city, the traffic gets heavier and the cars drive a little faster, making us nervous, but that section doesn’t last very long. Before we know it, we make it to our WarmShowers.org hosts Harry and ...
... for it) is away. He is feeling unwell and can’t see properly. Jane extends her sympathies and from the way she places her hand on the elderly man’s arm you can tell she has a real connection with these people.
At our next stop, there appears to be no-one at home. Jane suspects that they are in hiding from her. Apparently they owe her a considerable amount of wool. I have images of bales of yarn out the back, trembling in fright, but It’s this sort of ...