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PATAGONIA: Argentinian Rules...Following the Judge down Ruta 40

February 12th 2014
PATAGONIA: Argentinian Rules...Following the Judge down Ruta 40. When heading into the unknown...a Guardian Angel or four comes as more than handy. When a stranger...a tall hombre in a ute flying an Argentinian flag says "Follow us...the road is dangerous ahead"...Do you follow? We did...and who'd have guessed how it ended up? ***** There were supposed to be four of ... read more
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Argentine Flag 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
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12th February 2014

Serendipity!
Great adventures in wild Patagonia! Sometimes traveling in a private car can cut you off from contact with the "natives," but you two manage to find people and parties wherever you go. Very impressed with you making that long drive on our "wrong" side of the road, too. Los Antiguos looks gorgeous--much better than the ugly, dusty town those of us in public transport got dumped in. Great choices!
12th February 2014

Serendipity!
Being TBs Queen of Patagonia due to your lengthy stays in the region Tara, I thought you'd like this blog. The friendliness of the locals gave us the confidence to head into some pretty isolated locales...driving into serendipity in overdrive. The scenery as you know is extraordinarily diverse and spectacular. And that short stretch on the wrong side of the road scared us so much we fortunately did not repeat it. Serendipity is after all wonderful things happening by accident...not being involved in an accident!

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