6th of december 2016
We leave the dorm in the sports complex in Bolívar, where we slept for free because of a singer named Francisco. But this happened yesterday. You’ll have to wait for another occasion to hear that story.
Today, we’re taking another busy road. Continue reading “Another Day on the Road in Argentina: Diary of Last Year #7”
29th of November 2016
Rest day in Buenos Aires. A bit of tourism, a bit of shopping, a bit of culture. A welcome change from cycling.
Continue reading “Gnocchi Day in Buenos Aires: Diary of Last Year #6”
Another one of our So, how was it? posts, describing our experience border-hopping between Argentina and Chile: Paso Carririñe, Paso Hua Hum, Ruta de los Siete Lagos, and Paso Pérez Rosales (Cruce Andino), from the 1st to the 12th of January 2017. Continue reading “So, how was it? – Two recumbents crossing the Andes”
This post is a practical summary of our experience pedalling across Argentina, from Buenos Aires to Junín de los Andes, from the 1st to the 29th of December 2016. The crossing of the Andes and the seven lakes route will be covered in a separate post.
The French readers among you can also check out our more descriptive travel journal posts in French: Route monotone et chaleur humaine, Une étape qui donne soif, and Je vois des montagnes!
Continue reading “So, how was it? – Two recumbents in Argentina”
We’ve spent Christmas and New Year Eve of 2016 in Argentina. Compared to Europe there is almost none Christmas decoration present in the streets and in front of the houses. Also, because it is summer and the day runs until late, there are no use of lights for the decorations.
Here are three photos taken in the Neuquén region: