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... in digital land. So that's all nice to think about, but it really just skims the surface of what I was truly thinking about. I had to preface it with that all so it would make a little more sense. When you take a picture, who is the picture for? Is it for yourself to remember what you were doing and who you were with? Is it to capture a beautiful, artistic moment and appreciate it? Is it to be able to show your friends and family what you were up to? Or do ...
... a full tank, all the way back to bariloche.We were stoked when we arrived back in town. Here was a huge festivity going on. Cars and lights and flags were blowing, we thought the entire town was celebrating our safe arrival, but it turns out that river plate, the most supported team in argentinian soccer had won the championship, and as argentinians are football crazy he celebration was mental. It was too much for us so we celebrated our great day with a round of mate and ...
... trail that winds toward the mountain.Tronador is thundering as glaciers break off it in the far distance plunging into freezing waters,I find myself standing in a green boggy area looking for the source of the sound whilst Patagonian horses standing around me nibble daintily at the already trim grass.I pause to take some great photos with not a soul in sight.Here it is extremely peaceful the only sound coming from the odd bird flying overhead and the grumbling guts ...
... Chile and hiked up to the vans, on the way, we passed a boundary marker and were unofficially in Chile for a minute or two. Back to the camping area and I laid out in the warm sun along the river for a while. In the van ride back, the guides shared their mate with us once we got back to the pavement. It was good and not as bitter as I had expected. Tastes better than other teas that I have had. It gave a nice kick ...
... about Nazis in Argentina and the connections between the Peronists, Nazis and communists. Tomorrow we will be meeting with a native Marpuche woman to discuss how the indigenous people of the area were and are now treated.
We're sending pictures of the amazing scenery we saw today. Tomorrow we're off on a raft trip down the Limay River and then horseback riding at one of the estancias on the steppe, ending the evening with a lamb BBQ. ...