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A Travel Blog by mtrm
... travel has come to reality. We have plan to start in southernmost Chile/Argentina and travel up north, first via Patagonia, then Andes mountains, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador and Columbia up to Caribbean coast. If all will go fine and will be still time we ...
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A Travel Blog entry by livingthedream from Andes, Chile
... the western side of the continent". I now realise after a bus ride from Santiago to Mendoza just how wrong i was.... The Andes are absolutely spectacular. From the shades of red, brown, grey and yellow mountains to the turquoise lakes, they are ...
A Travel Blog entry by stubo from San Martin De Los Andes, Argentina
Because of our resounding success hitching we tried to get up early and continue hitching to San Martin De Los Andes. This failed imediatly as we slept in till 11am but we got hitching and there were very few cars. We walked, and walked, and walked and ...
A Travel Blog entry by glassmerchant from Mérida, Mérida, Venezuela
... a couple of long drive days and a couple of late bush camps the truck begins to climb - we have arrived in the foothill of the Andes. We will be spending a lot of time with the Andes but this is our first sighting and we are looking forward to some cooler ...
A Travel Blog entry by nikandads2008 from San Martin de Los Andes, Argentina
Destination 19 - ARGENTINA!! Day 1 - Goodbye Chile, across the Andes to Argentina via the Tromen Pass! Saying a sad goodbye to our homely wooden hostel and owner, we waited for yet another bus for our journey to our next destination. The ...
A Travel Blog entry by griffs-on-tour from San Martin de los Andes, Patagonia, Argentina
... films we realised we were only about an hour away and started paying attention to the landscape. Inexplicably instead of seeing the Andes rise up before us we actually dropped off an escarpment into a huge canyon. Once at the bottom then everything ...
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