As promised (finally!), here are the photographic highlights from my last 3 weeks on the road in Argentina and Chile.
They start with a few photos from Salta, Cordoba, and Mendoza, before I jumped down to Bariloche in Argentina’s Patagonia. From there, I crossed the border to spend a rainy week in Puerto Varas and Valdivia (because of the crummy weather, there are very few photos), then made a long haul up to Vina del Mar to spend my last days of vacation on the beach soaking up some final South American sunshine.
Argentine & Salta city flags
Such fun colors!
Teleferico over Salta
Photos from my day trip to some smaller villages outside Salta — La Siete Colores montanias
We drove past a crazy flash flood — these trucks were half buried in mud less than 14 hours before we saw them.
Argentine sunsets were by far my favorite
Vino tasting in Mendoza!
Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina
Photos from my road trip with Mario, Michiel & Frank!
Love this photo of the boys
Selfie on the ski lift
Definitely one of my favorite views in the entire world
One of very few photos from my 27km bike ride through Bariloche.
The single photo I have from Puerto Varas — ice cold, sparkling clear blue water rapids about to turn into a series of waterfalls
Wandering through the ocean and bay-side towns near Valdivia
I quickly became obsessed with this abandoned antique fire truck.
The view of the Pacific from Isla Negra, outside Pablo Neruda’s house.