I think we have a pretty slow Angel looking after us. Bikers believe that they have a guardian Angel, and so long as they don’t ride any faster than the Angel can fly, they will be fine. It’s a good theory, but makes me wonder if our Guardian Angel is missing a wing, and has … Continue reading
Roadside shrines are a big thing in Argentina. They can be seen on almost every road, and we previously wrote a post about Gauchito Gill, an infamous Argentinian cowboy. Back then we never imagined how many of these shrines we would actually see. People here really go in for this, and there are different types … Continue reading
Well, as many of you know, we are currently held up sorting out a wheel bearing problem. We thought we would skip back through a few photos of Argentina’s scenery that took our fancy, and share them. Hope you enjoy.
Short post folks, Just to let you have a peek at the various roads we’ve been driving on our way south through Argentina. Much of this is Ruta 40, but also some side routes etc. You don’t even need a coffee, it’s 3 weeks of driving compressed into 2.5 minutes 🙂 Some of … Continue reading
We met this lovely couple Klaus and Christina who were also traveling in their camping car, but the difference between them and us is that they have been traveling in the same camping car for 30 years and the car itself is 68 years old, but as Klaus says there is still a lot of … Continue reading
We were almost bound to get a puncture at some point, and I guess it happened “easy”. For luck Sarah was out of the truck taking a hike, and I had stopped a few KM down the road waiting for her. I hopped out of the truck and heard air coming out of somewhere, and … Continue reading