Sunday, January 28, 2018

Argentina to Paraguay, January 27, 2018

We left at 5 am and drove 7, repeat 7 hours on roads like this-


We went about 160 km.  Everybody clapped once we hit the highway.  Along the way though there were a lot of birds-



And gauchos-



moving horses-


We saw water buffalo-


And drove through a planted pine forest that smelled soooo good.  They do a lot of logging-


Most of the 7 hour drive was through pasture land and there are lots of cattle-


We got to Posadas which is on the border between Argentina and Paraguay.  2 Australians and 2 Canadians got off because they don't have visas for Paraguay.  They will meet us in Brazil.  The rest of us got groceries for the next 2 nights and carried on past Trinidad to a lovely campsite with swimming pools.  I set my tent up outside but it started raining so I moved it into a big hall type building.  Hope I can cool off.  It is really hot and humid! 






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