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... booming economy in 2001. While that history lesson may have made your eyes glaze over, here is a quick and interesting summary of the dollar/peso exchange situation, and another pessimistic view of the economy. Oddly, the largest currency note printed in Argentina is the 100 peso bill. The government fears that larger bills would be an admission of ...
... getting us out of the city and into the country with out getting lost, roads go every which way, it was good to be out in the country side which is very dry, they really need rain.
On the way we passed paddocks of grapes and almonds, again very dry. ...
... for tonight. Luckily, the same hotel we were booked into for last night had an opening for us tonight when we arrived at about 11 pm.
We're a day off schedule but we should be able to continue our original route from this point. We lost our rest day in Arcata, but we'll still be able to see some of the Redwoods.
Setting off on our 2 hour plus, windy road drive to Yosemite NP, up mountains and down mountains and then up more mountains. Beautiful countryside.
We parked the car and head off on foot towards Vernal Falls and Nevada Falls. Yosemite has many sheer cliff faces, just amazing waterfalls.
Stopped off at Ansel Adams Gallery, beautiful black and white photos of Yosemite.
We walked and walked past tent city .... over 1,000 tents that you could ...
... for a 4 year old.
About a mile from the end of the trail and having more or less run out of water, we met a Park Ranger who kindly allowed us to refill one of our bottles from his stock. He quizzed us about how far we'd been (Jill was unusually diplomatic in her description of our activities at the waterfall and managed to avoid mentioning swimming at all) and congratulated us for straying so far from the usual routes favoured by ...