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... the country is growing,” or "Works that unite the nation". But then you hear Argentinians rant about how the government gives millions of pesos to huge asphalt contractors who lay down half an inch of pavement instead of a few inches and pocket the rest, assuring that another contract will be in the offing when the thin pavement wears away. Perhaps you listen to Chileans point out how the super-rich are buying enormous swaths of land in southern regions where ...
... all the way from Buenos Aires about 4000 kilometres north. You
really have reached the end of the road here. We had been very lucky with the
weather and there had been no wind and no rain which is exceptional for down
here. We again went out with the group for dinner to an even more expensive
restaurant but the BBQ Argentinean meat is awesome and the wine isn’t too bad
... 1), Laguna Verde,
the Lapatia Mirador (3) and the Buoy (6) until time for my 3pm pickup, pricy at
£10 return, though the hostel owner didn’t like my thinking the prices too
As the ferry option has proved untenable, a tip off from the
hostel owners led me to book a flight from here to El Calafate for $127, about
the same as the bus and just 1.5 hours rather than days, some of which would be
“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. ...
... But, when the skies opened up and the rain began, we were afraid our evening plans would need to be changed, as our camp site had no shelter and we were now dealing with a wet pile of wood. Hesitantly, we abandoned the wood pile we had worked hard for, climbed into the van and drove twelve kilometers to another campsite within the park, next to the park information center, where we thought we might find campsites with shelter. Although we found no shelter at the ...