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Parque Nacional Los Alerces

Hay 2 maneras de llegar a Esquel desde El Bolsón, una por carretera asfaltada y otra por camino de ripio (camino de tierra, quedaros con este concepto porque aparecerá muchas veces a partir de ahora). La gracia de ir por el camino de ripio es atravesar el Parque Nacional Los Alerces, y...

permalink written by  Paso a Paso on January 20, 2010 from Esquel, Argentina
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Back to the Andes

After the break on the Atlantic side, a long way back to the Andes and the road 40. The road is not busy, landscape is changing, weather is good (the wind is pushing the clouds away from us) and wildlife is there. A lot of small lakes where Flamengos can be seen too. Today a piche (armadillo...

permalink written by  thetourist on November 25, 2007 from Esquel, Argentina
from the travel blog: No news, Good news! in Peru & Argentina



Leaving temporary the road 40

First, my apologies for the lack of news lately. It is quite difficult to find a place to upload pictures, so you may get all the missing posts when I will be back in Buenos Aires or Europe. Today a big part of the ruta 40 was just ripio (stones) without anybody during 450 (talking about...

permalink written by  thetourist on November 21, 2007 from Esquel, Argentina
from the travel blog: No news, Good news! in Peru & Argentina



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