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Further down Ruta 40 in Argentina


Continuing our trip from two years ago

1,612 km (1,002 miles) over 31 days from January 1, 2013 to January 31, 2013

Topic: Bicycle Touring  
Categories: Tour diaries, Expedition touring bikes, Folding bicycles, 1-3 months
Locales: South America, Argentina, La Rioja, Mendoza, San Juan
Year: 2013
Keywords: argentina,bike friday,patria terra,

Permalink: http://www.crazyguyonabike.com/doc/11682

Copyright © 2012-2014 By Gerardo Lerner - (contact)

Status: Completed Feb 2013
Last update: Thursday February 14, 2013 05:04 (US/Pacific) (edited Fri 15 Feb 2013 05:54 (US/Pacific))
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Table of Contents

Getting started: Leaving Germany for Buenos Aires
Strolling along in the center of Buenos Aires: Around Plaza de Mayo and Casa rosada
Visiting Recoleta: Where the rich one´s live and are burried
La Boca: Where the immigrants stranded in former times
Buenos Aires-Chilecito by bus (arriving the next day): Two bikes left behind
Exploring "Chilecito": Still missing one of our bikes
Chilecito to Camping Rio Miranda: Camping- very natural
Rio Miranda-Villa Union: Cuesta de Miranda
Villa Union chilling: Just eating & sleeping
Villa Union to Huaco: Feeling grilled
Huaco to Jachal: Easy going
Hanging out in Jachal: Organizing how we do the long stretch of 160km to San Juan
Jachal to San juan: Fast night ride
Recovering our power in San Juan: Hot town-summer in the city
San Juan-Villa Media Agua: One of the lost villages on road 40
Villa Media Agua to Mendoza: ....like famous people
Mendoza: The house maybe small but the heart is huge....
Sight seeing in Mendoza: From Plaza to Plaza
Around Mendoza: Cacheuta & Potrerillo dam
Mendoza to San Carlos: Searching for a place to sleep
San Carlos to San Rafael: Running out of food
San Rafael: Hanging out
San Rafael to Nihuil: Breathtaking landscapes
One day rest in Nihuil: It´s raining
Nihuil to Margüe: No way to sleep in El Sosneado
Malargüe chilling: Meeting the Malargüe policewomen
Malargüe to Bardas Blancas: Fighting the patagonian winds!!
Bardas Blancas to Buta Ranquil: Kamikaze hitch-hiking
Buta Ranquil to Chos Malal: Climbs,wind and thirst
Relaxing in Chos Malal: Doing nothing
Chos Malal to Chorriaca: Lost village on Ruta 40
Chorriaca to Las Lajas: First broken spokes
Las Lajas to Zapala: The last day of our trip
Zapala to Buenos Aires: No problem taking the bikes on the bus
Epilogue


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