We arrived at Buenos Aires, our home for the next month. It sounds, looks and feels different from the national parks. The endless chirrup of crickets got replaced by the purr of neighbours air conditions, Continue reading “Back to civilized world”
Where fox and armadillos saying good night to each other* We even didn’t know how to pronounce the name of this location. With Yating’s very basic spanish level, it’s just enough to survive, as we met english speaker rarely. And in our Lonely Planet is written nothing about it, not a single line. So why we are here? Again the same. We want to visit … Continue reading Parque Nacional Mburucuyá
Today Yating want to visit the Museum of Chamamé for local music here at Mburucuyá. As the museum is located at the farthest outside region of the small town, we walked there about 1 km. Luckily we arrived at the museum at 12:01 to find out Continue reading “Visiting the local music museum toilet”
After the disappointing city of Corrientes, we planned to move to a more quiet location off the beaten tourist tracks – the Chaco national park. At the huge camping ground with a dozens of grill spots and hot shower facilities, we two are really the only visitors! Continue reading “Chaco National Park”
We made it only a single week in Argentina, now it is time for us to give up. The first days had been easy as we brought some things with us from Germany, but then… After some solid cheese blocks they call pizza, generous cheese filled bread, endless sandwich and hamburger offers as well as a rich choice of big meet blocks everywhere, we start … Continue reading We give up!