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... on cherishing the moments we have left.
By the time the third ski week was half way through, Noa had become confident and brave on her board, jumping, doing 180's, kicking butt and taking names. Ari and Eli both could ski confidently nearly anywhere within Chapelco and knew the terrain well. It continued to be cold enough to snow almost daily on the mountain, while just a few degrees warmer in the valley below brought rain to the village. Despite the ...
... 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 ...
... pretty but at the moment it is very wet - every gutter is over flowing and the roads have small streams running along the side of them.
The man in the National Park office says it will be nicer weather tomorrow - so hopefully we’ll be able to see more and go for a walk. Fingers crossed!
He might well be right as we have just got back from dinner and it’s not raining anymore - however it’s so cold you can see your breath!
... 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 ...