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... divided into parts, the Upper Delta, the Lower Delta, and the Middle Delta. In total the delta spans around 5,000 square miles or 14,000 kilometers squared. It was a big area to explore and it was really an adventure to see all the wildlife just outside the big city. It amazes me how much the area is untouched by ...
... Tierra del Fuego National Park. We stopped at Roca Lake which was very picturesque. There was a dusting of snow overnight on the Andes. Then onto another lake for pictures. It was perfectly calm when we arrived so we had beautiful reflections. By the time we left, the wind had come up and the reflections were gone.
Coffee and cake at a nearby museum/cafeteria. When first discovered by Europeans, the local people here ...
... more than the shuttle, but at least we knew we would be leaving for the airport at 2pm.
We had few hours to kill, but were able to leave our bags at the hostel while we went for a walk and maybe grab a bit of lunch.
The town of Puerto Iguaz˙ is bounded by two rivers, Rio Iguaz˙ to the north and Rio Paranß to the west. These rivers also act as international borders with Brazil on the opposite side of the Iguaz˙ and Paraguay on the opposite side of ...
... of course, for an important goal, they celebrate launching all these papers in the air and taking off their jackets to show the CAI shirt (la camiseta in espagnol)! The majority of them have also a flag. Long story short, when the team scores the stadium change colors to full local team colors, for CAI red and white.
This is already quite unique but, for the “back-to-first-division-goal̶ 1; (the 2-1) they started singing sooo loud their song: “Yo soy ...
... The good news is that BA is completely flat - although we did find the only hill in town! Pricing is good. The 15 minute cab ride cost £3. The steak and a very good wine cost us £30. Thank you Argentina for having a basket case economy! So finally, we are on our way to Bariloche - due to land in an hour or so. Then we'll pick up the truck and the adventure will begin! And I will get some photos up on here. Hopefully. So, until the next time, adios amigos :-) Andy and Lin ...