I’d been in Bariloche, Argentina for 4 months. I really like that town. It’s not exactly quaint, but still small enough that I remember it as such. I went down there to wait for the borders to open so I could finally leave the country but Covid got worse and the frontiers remained shut toContinue reading “And Some Days Just Suck …”
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Slow Days And Entertainment For Long Term Travelers
Some ideas on what to do on those days when you want to take a break and just do nothing productive
Falling In Mud
The story of a horrible day riding through mud, falling, and generally being miserable. This is the not-fun side of adventure riding
That Day In The Snow
My hectic ride in the middle of a snow storm, leaving Villa Pehuenia in Patagonia, Argentina. It was my first real ride in the snow.
Iguazu: Waterfalls, Waterfalls, Waterfalls!
I entered Puerto Iguazu with high hopes. My last two towns, Goya and Ituzaingó, were disappointments. But the ride from Ituzaingó to Puerto Iguazu was immensely satisfying after the boring tar roads that make up most of Corrientes Province in Argentina. Heading north felt … Brazilian. The boring, flat farm-scapes of Corrientes suddenly made wayContinue reading “Iguazu: Waterfalls, Waterfalls, Waterfalls!”
The Amazing Road To Andalgala, Argentina
TL;DR; Ruta 65 is awesome, find the GPX file here Back in August 2019 while in north west Argentina, I traveled from San Miguel de Tucuman to the tiny town of Andalgala. The aim of my South America trip was always to visit Patagonia. I entered the country about 2 months earlier and realized thatContinue reading “The Amazing Road To Andalgala, Argentina”
Trapped in Bariloche
This is me complaining about my first world Covid problems. I’m thankfully largely unaffected by the disease; I have lost no one near and dear to me and for that I am grateful, but I’m still stuck. My South America motorcycle trip started over 2 years ago and it was a smashing success. After touringContinue reading “Trapped in Bariloche”