When we did our research about Uruguay, among the information on the interesting places, the endless beaches and the colorful towns, there was another kind of information, that worried us a bit: the high cost of living.
In this episode we are riding through smoke, I’m peeling eggs and Alexandra is running after crocodiles.
On a sunny Sunday afternoon of August, we crossed the border from Asuncion (J. Falcón, PY) to Clorinda (ARG). Easy and quick procedure: immigration, stamped out, stamped in, customs and that’s it, Argentina here we come! We wanted to go to Buenos Aires, but first we’d visit Uruguay. The original idea hadn’t changed: travel at … Read More
There was no turning back. We could only look ahead, toward the road that would bring us back, where all began 1 year ago: Buenos Aires. And then? We didn’t care about the 3,000kms we had until there. The only thing we had on our mind was Kitsos. Where would our Vespa stay while we’re … Read More
On our way to Puerto Natales we really enjoyed the view. We were now close to the small town and we could see the first houses and the sea. In the background, another mountain with a white peak. The land and the water had been playing with the human perception about space. We were confused … Read More
When we left Chile and entered Argentina we witnessed the most rapid change of scenery – in matters of climate and geography. We were traveling on the road between the two countries and we could see the green color of the rich Chilean vegetation on one side and the brownish colors of the arid land … Read More
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