Now, cycling in Argentina is highlighted by baking bread and sampling some more fences, with my very own gaucho show!
I always wondered: what is going on behind white-washed slightly moldy walls, messy compounds, with wash-lines full of haphazardly hung children’s clothes, naked kids playing around. I now know.
Not much is known about Uruguay. People don’t elaborate on this country. I’m trying to find something worth while cycling through.
Longed to be in the Uruguayan spring, I meet with boredom and rain. What I hoped for is not here.
Having cycled further South meant having battled the cold rain for over a month, sat in a tiny capsuled wet tent, tried to keep warm, deprived of camp fires, stuck in my own customs.
For some occult reason I had given my dad a woolen thermal shirt, woolen socks and a fleece sleeping bag liner when he visited me in the Atacama desert. While […]
How fun is cycling through Patagonia in winter? I started with crisp autumn weather and kept continuing until the cold, rain and snow hit me. Then it hit me hard!