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Day 44. Buenos Aires

Km today: 25 (no GPS today) Not much to say for today, I decided not to stress with main tourist objectives, just take it easy, strolling/ biking on the streets. But, first of all, I need to check that I can take off the pedals. Of course I didn’t manage with my toolset, I get […]

Day 43. Villa Maria to Buenos Aires
Day 43. Villa Maria to Buenos Aires

I manage to sleep just a little bit on the bus towards Buenos Aires. There are some stops, people going on and off, so is difficult to sleep. The arrival in Buenos Aires was in time, 1pm. I spent one hour at the bus terminal to check the souvenir shops, look for an internet place, […]

Day 41. Volcan to Salta

Km today: 133 Trip odometer: 2536 I woke up late and only because Mathias called me. It was 8:45, waaay later than I intended to leave (not to mention waking up). As usually, it took me one hour to pack and be ready for leaving. I definitely need to find a better way to organize […]

Day 40. Huacalera to Volcan
Day 40. Huacalera to Volcan

I woke up late, had breakfast at 8. Prepared the stuff, helped some kids to inflate a tire on a small bike and by the time I left it was 10 a.m. I asked someone to help me with a short movie in front of the monument of the tropic, continued and met a cyclist […]

Day 39. Abra Pampa to the Tropic of Capricorn (Huacalera)

km today: 126 trip odometer: 2321 today was the first cycling day in Argentina. I left late, I was lazy. It all went very fine, going down from Alto Plano, until 25 km to go to Humahuanca. when the rain started and stopped immediately. But then the Southern wind (exactly from the front) started and […]