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... quite tame.
Finally we went to the end of the Ruta 3 which originated in Buenos Aires, nearly 4000 km to the north. It is one of two classic road trips in Argentina. The other is the Ruta 40 which we did a few years ago. Here is the link to the blog:
It seems we might need to come back to do the Ruta 3!!
... I had us joining a private tour of the national park today. We got up at 6 again. Our 16-people tour group was meeting at 8:15. We were all quite punctual. Sally Broff was the organizer. The guide of our tour was an Argentinian lady named Jessica who was warm and enthusiastic, but her English was not very good so I was able to understand about half of what she said.
It was a pretty cold day today and rained before we got up. When we left for ...
... of beers out of lovely wide mouth bottles. ... I don't often drink champagne at 9 in the morning, but when i do, it's of of cheap plastic cups. #keepitclassyargentina. Finally we're on the bus in our way to the plane after our delay. .. whoops, that was. .. I kid you not, literally a thirty second U-turn by the bus to literally take us to the other side I'd the curb, ,, funny stuff these government job works programs! Finally on the plane ...
“Adventure is a path. Real adventure – self-determined, self-motivated, often risky – forces you to have first hand encounters with the world. The world the way it is, not the way you imagine it. Your body will collide with the earth and you will bear witness. In this way you will be compelled to grapple with the limitless kindness and bottomless cruelty of humankind – and perhaps realize that you yourself are capable of both. This will change you. ...
... pride). The powerful memorial park in the centre of town records those lost in the battle for Islas Malvinas. We saw a sign in town proudly stating "Islas Malvinas is, and always has been, Argentinian". We decided just in case anyone approached us, we'd pretend to be Australian. But there's more to Ushuaia and we'd planned to stop here for a few days. First up, a boat trip in the Beagle Channel. This notorious narrow channel, only 241km long and 4.8km wide, links ...