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... trees up on the hill, we could see from the breakfast table, had a good covering of snow though.
We ventured out regardless and walked through the pleasant little main street to the National Park office for some local information. They had a small exhibition showing the flora and fauna from the nearby parks, which was nice.
A few streets away was La Pastera, Museo del Che - a museum detailing the life of Ernesto Che Guevara, from educated traveler of ...
... 7 million people in Buenos Aires. We had the choice to go north to the jungle, or South to Patagonia. Being short now on time and having seen so much jungle already, we decided to make our way to a landscape we hadn't yet come across on this trip, or ever, actually. It was time to delve into the beautiful Patagonian region that Argentina and Chile share. Home to penguins, glaciers, the termination of the Andes, the most southern ...
... fought in the French resistance in WWII and a Japanese contingent composed of a grandson of Admiral Yamamoto of the Japanese imperial Navy during WWII--he was on a hunting expedition and proudly showed us the arsenal he had in the trunk of his car. As you might imagine, this was a very interesting holiday with some pretty special memories. My mom and dad really got along well with the Kuhlmans and I got ...
... More importantly, I got caught up on my Academy Award nominated movies! And read "The Fault in Our Stars" for a second time. Ok are we up to date? Bueno. Once again, I'm posting from my phone, so adding pictures is out of the question. Instead, go to your window, look out, and imagine sunshine, rose bushes, overgrown vacant lots, dusty streets, and foothills covered in brush. Take care. Kind ...
... pristine best sooner rather than later.
We drove on along the famous 7 Lakes Route(mainly dirt) and the landscape looked as if snow had fallen only the colour was not white but grey. It was all quite eerie. To add to the strange journey we suddenly encountered a road block and the road ahead was completely closed. To get to San Martin we would have to do ...