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... it all. Without this diversity,the world would be a lot blander! I consider my time away to be more of a research project than a holiday. My thesis will include some of the following.... I travel to be amazed and to learn. To remove the blinkers of our environments and societies and allow myself to consider lives from another angle. That is all I wish for and with every new place I am never disappointed. My love of new experiences and sense of adventure is what ...
... visiting for a couple of days. For once, we didnīt feel like tourists as they greeted us with a kiss on the cheek (besos) that is typical in Argentina even when meeting total strangers for the first time and made us feel included and welcome. Several bottles of wine appeared and disappeared rapidly...it was just one of those nights.
Suffice to say the next day didnīt start quickly. We went for lunch at a place sold to us as "the best ...
... and the sunny day on the road.
From here we diverted our trip once again. It was not a very ************* to start to head West, because the central valley of Argentina has a lot to offer, and the winds on the way to Ushuaia were going to be rough along the east coast. We decided our time would be better spent in the famous wine region, and then make our way to the Lake Region and Patagonia along ...
I jogged along the path from downtown to the beach. Winter is setting in but the temperatures are still reaching into the 80's. Being from the Northwest it felt very warm to me. And apparently it was warm to others to because the beach ...
... as I was not feeling up to navigating so Alesha took the reins! We got on a bus for 40 minutes (far too long for my liking!) and walked through a classy, yet spookily empty neighbourhood. We found the sandy beach, and I spent the whole time asleep on the sand. After a few hours, we left, grabbing a pancho (hot dog) on the way, asking in Spanish for coins for ...