Home. In the north version of America. Unpacked and feeling fortunate to have had such an epic adventure. Putting these bags to rest until the next one. Peace out.
Hopping on our last leg in Miami, these fine ladies saw us off with appreciation. And style.
Eburk taking in this vibrant and hot city. #colorsfordays
Played soccer with these Boca fans for a few hours. Kidding. They would have crushed us. #littleballers
Peace out little mountain town. Slammed a churro, apple pastry and two croissants in prep for an early morning departure back to Buenos Aires. Spending our last day (and anniversary) in the city.
Eating empanadas and drinking orange soda in the rain led to this.
Beef empanadas and orange soda - one of few ways to fuel up for a hike on a peninsula.
Just arrived in a rainy Villa La Angostura. Eburk took a moment with Santa. The conversation went something like, “bring me anything. I’ll take anything as long as it’s not beef.”
MB got after it with the mountain bike. The hiking pant tucked into the sock was certainly the best part of the look. Oh, and the ride? A wee bit dangerous on the roads, super tiring, and we may have had to walk up more than one incline.
Circuito Chico delivered some awesome hiking and views. Cerro de Llao Llao was bitchin’
Things got ridiculous on our 7 hour bike ride today.
Last night marked the 9th straight day consuming beef, THE Argentinian dish. These 3 filets, the best we’ve ever had, were $10 and came with a stack of fries taller than Napoleon Bonaparte. Enjoy your Sunday morning breakfast.
Arrived is San Carlos de Bariloche. This place is going to be alright.
Sitting on a plane, looking through El Chalten hiking pics. Found this guy.