Going North May 21st 2010 Going North
When in Tandil, a place South East of Buenos Aires, we
Were invited to come along to a gathering of gauchos who would take part in a yearly parade, showing off their horses and attire, very much in the way we had seen in the museum/silversmith in San Antonio the Areco. It was a hot day and entering the place our attention was caught by the quantity of beef and wors that was being ... read more
South America » Argentina » Salta » Salta Following independence from Spain in 1816, Argentina experienced periods of internal political conflict between conservatives and liberals and between civilian and military factions. After World War II, a long period of Peronist authoritarian rule an... ... read more
My wife and I are immigrants. Ann comes from Sydney, Australia and I come from the Hague, Holland. We have been living for almost forty years in the South of Johannesburg, South Africa. We call ourselves South Africans.
In March 2004 and nearing the end of our working days, we discovered we both harbored secret wishes to see China. One night in bed, my wife saw on the inside of her eyes the almost unbroken landmass between SA and China and realized China could be reached by car.
That´s where it started.
We bought a car, a Land Rover and converted it into a primitive but adequate camper. A... full info