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... the windows covered in stickers, should have had some made.
Back on the road again.
We eventually reach the city and as we do not have a reservation we have to check a few places out.
Parking seems to be an issue but eventually having spent ages in their coffee shop using their wifi, ...
... většina těchto imigrantu se zde změnila v ukázkové občany. Je tu také teorie, ze Hitler a Eva Brown unikli a žili do konce života blízko Bariloche v dome, který byl postaven ve stejném stylu jako Hitlerův dum v Alpách. Jedním z důvodu proč zrovna Bariloche bylo tak populární je to, ze je velice podobné střední Evropě. Střední Chile okolo Puconu je také velice podobné a také tu měli hodně imigrace z ...
... of which 6 are getting off the bus on the stop before comodoro rivadavia, while maarten and tom are joining me to puerto madryn. We got on the bus pretty painfree and about an hour and a half later arrived at the chilean border to go through our exit procedures. Again, very simple but took a little longer than normal as there was only one guy working. While we were waiting luke taught everyone a fun little foot dance thingy. I ...
... restaurant called Holly, selected for its water adjacent location, and not much later than that we were dreaming of the day ahead. Day 11 - We reunite with Karen the next morning for a boat ride to Isla Victoria. It's a beautiful day and the warmest we've had since arriving in Patagonia, and our hike through the island feels jovial without any winter gear on. We traverse the easy trails, winding through sky-scraping trees, in and out of sun and shade. After a nice walk, an ...
We are on a mission to get down towards our next big stop El Chalten, so lots of driving and a bushcamp tonight. We stayed on a beach, just rocked up as you do and pitched the tents. In Argentina you can camp anywhere you like within 50 metres of a watercourse, so rivers and beaches are fair game. Beautiful spot, and there was a random penguin swimming in the ...