Travel Blogs from San Juan
... of November. The days will only get longer as we head into summer and head further South.
Day 230 (11/3/11): 134km
We are on the move by 7:45am and immediately arrive at a series of small pueblos collectively called San Blas de Las Sauces. Stores don’t start opening until 9:30am and no one has fresh bread, so our awaited breakfast is a little less than perfect. As we sit in the shade to eat and get buzzed by hundreds of ...
... fruit and houses a range of entertaining animals and birds. Visitors can camp there or spend the day by the pool (or in it if it's clean...).
First impressions of the farm good, but as the guys went out for the night to a friend's house, I ended up with bread and cheese for dinner which didn't go down too well when I was expecting a cooked meal... The kitchen could do with a good clean ...
... there you can admire the Andes once again and many small caves. I started to feel the cultural change when taking the bus which is always late and arrived just in time to get my backpack and rush to the bus station. No more tickets for my next destination but fortunately someone sold me his so I can go on the bumpy roads to Valle ...
speak spanish v speak more spanish
we are white v we are brown
Chelsea top of the league v Chelsea win FA cup
Gordon Brown president v Someone else presiden
Jamie in Africa v Jamie in England
England play Africa v England win against Africa
England get in World Cup v England win World Cup
Edie says 'grumpy new year' v Edie says 'happy new year'
Lily does Mr Tee v Lily stops Mr Tee
Chelsea add ...
... strangely at him, probably wondering why the 'stupid gringos' had even needed his assistance. As bike roared up the gravel pile and, spitting dust and stones behind it, we were able to push it onto the wooden flat-bed, avoiding the largest holes. Despite an pre-existing injury to his shoulder, which had be made worse by a low-speed fall just outside Uspallata that morning, Larry was able to firmly secure it using four tie-downs. Larry and Sharon insisting staying in the back ...