|Are we in Argentina?|
|I tried to chase the dog away but he would not budge|
|Our first Asado in Argeentina|
|Ruta 40 got another victim|
|Beautiful landscape, bad road|
|Passed the electrical inspection?|
Traveled from Salta to Cachi, found a nice camping with a very big pool which we used as it was quite hot. At the entrance of town is a nice restaurant that had Asado de Cabra (baby goat) very good.
We are meeting more people who started in Argentina or Brazil and are now going the opposite direction and asking lots of questions about border crossing and shipping. Here in Argentina we do not stick out so much but we still get approached and asked questions. Prices are the same or more than in Canada, gasoline is at. $1.50 per liter.
Visited the town of Cafayate where we spent one extra day there are nice restaurants and Ice cream Parlours and the Artisan shops are fantastic.
Then on to Jesus Maria which is very close to Cordoba then over the mountain again on a dirt road to La Cumbre where we are now parked at a river in an upscale neighbourhood just at the edge of town, the police has passed twice and waved so we presume thy will keep an eye on us. Tomorrow we will go to La Falda and see if we can meet up with Sarah and Daniel from Kelowna who are on a motorcycle tour for the past year. It would be nice to see them.
We booked our flight to Vancouver for the 15th, of April and will be home on the 16th.
Thanks to all who were concerned that we would be affected by the earthquake, we are safe and sound
Hugs to all
Norbert and Greti