and is now on the campsite :-(
No, do not exaggerate. This morning we had a couple of steep snow, but he's doesn't stay. Tomorrow they give better weather and we will leave as soon as possible. We would not end up like the Captain Gerlach of the Belgica, frozen for the entire winter.
We go to Chile, Puenta Arenas and then to the north.
The pictures of the city are on the website.
Thank you to everyone who occasionally sends a response, we read them with pleasure. It's good to know that people around the world think of us!
Also take time for some facts ....
Argentina has 1 km ² of land per capita. 1/3 of the people live in cities, however. Patagonia as one of the regions with least living people in the world. You will have known if you drive through it.
The Rhea (kind of ostrich) and vizcachas (kind of llama) are funny but also dangerous inhabitants of the Pampas. You see them only when they are near your bike and they tend to jump unexpectedly to your wheels. When you stop to take a picture they look to you and are gone .
Currently, gasoline is a problem in the South, sometimes we are more than an hour to sit down. The latest reports said that the problem has become worse.
Along the whole coast you find the most diverse marine animals / birds.
In the cities you have lots of wide parallel one way streets, easy to find your way while difficult. For Europeans, it is inconceivable that such a wide street, but in 1 direction is used. Regular somersault we (almost) in a street in the wrong direction.
In Tierra del Fuego Indians used to live Yamana's. They died out by disease, contracted from the clothes they were the veroorveraars. Vermin and microbes remained so on their skin so they are ill. Before that they lived naked in this climate! Inconceivable to us.