The more to the North we travel in Argentina the more pleasant the temperature gets and slowly the dry pampas give way to green woods. Bariloche is the Argentinians’ prime holiday destination for a reason. As the locals are still in their summer holidays, we doubt we’ll have the beautiful spots all to ourselves. We’re … More Company on the road: the good and the bad kind – Bariloche & Malalcahuello
We’ve had some epic road trips already and we have arrived to the start of one more. Dotted with National Parks, the Carretera Austral meanders through ancient forest and follows great rivers, icy lakes and silent fjords from Puerto Montt to a dead end in Villa O’Higgins down South. We will take this “highway” from … More Carretera Austral
We start our long trip to the North on the famous Ruta 40, which runs from Rio Gallegos in the South of Argentina all the way to the Bolivian border. Along the way we will cross to Chile multiple times, so in contrast with Ruta 3 we will probably not drive every km of the … More Natural splendor on either side of the border
We’ve been listening to our Christmas playlist in the car for about 2 weeks now and we’ve had our first summer snow so it’s time for the real deal. From El Fin del Mundo, as Ushuaia likes to call itself, we’re now crossing the Beagle Channel further South for some trekking and possibly a white … More Holidays in the South
We’ve had some intense first weeks since our car arrived in Buenos Aires. Sadly we’re now saying goodbye to our dear friend, Rob, for quite a while. Now that we have dropped him off at the airport, we want to shift gear and slow down for a bit. First we decide to splurge on a … More Roadtripping to the Land of Fire, or is it Ice?