A couple of pictures   1 comment

We are already in Coyhaique! The only bus serving the Carretera Austral from Futaleufú went two hours after we arrived in the Chilean border town on Friday!

But before we tell you our stories from Chile, here are some photos accompanying the recent ‘Quick Update’ –

Tuesday 21st October 2014

Our high-end coach on the route from Puerto Varas to Bariloche

Bye bye, Panamericana…

Lago Puyehue

Río Pilmaiquén

And whoosh – we are in Argentina!

Snow on the Paso Cardenal Antonio Samoré at 1,314 metres above sea level

Iglesia Catedral

First chocolate samples…

Wednesday 22nd October 2014

From uptown to downtown Bariloche it’s a steep descent

We find adventures everywhere we’re going…

We are briefly tempted to buy a car for independent travel through the Patagonian wilderness…

Bariloche and Lake Nahuel Huapi

Of course, we have to feel the water

Careful, Johannes – I haven’t seen any shoeshine boys in town…

We make a friend

The Neo-Gothic cathedral

Time for a coffee…

… and chocolate!

For our British readers…

Thursday 23rd October 2014

Hasta luego, Bariloche

Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi

In El Bolsón

La Patagonia argentina

Our cabaña ‘Ty Gwyn’ – the white house

Afon Percy – downstream becoming Río Futaleufú in Chile

Posted 26 October 2014 by Pumpy in Argentina, Chile, The 2014 Rucksack Trip

One response to “A couple of pictures

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  1. Alles Gute zum Geburtstag !
    Happy Birthday !
    ¡ Felicitaciones !

    Lieber Herr Beis,

    tausende Kilometer entfernt wünschen wir Ihnen alles Liebe und weiterhin eine tolle Fahrt durch Südamerika !! Und natürlich auch viele Grüße an Pumpernickel…..

    Wir werden weiterhin gespannt an Ihren Fersen kleben !!

    Liebe Grüße

    Birgit und Thorsten

    Birgit Schüler und Thorsten Draesel

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