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Finding Freedom...World Wide Ride

Discussion in 'Ride Reports - Epic Rides' started by BcDano, Jul 19, 2012.

  1. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    July 22, 2012 start RTW from Vancouver, B.C.
    We had to have an extra days rest in Natales after our big hike and the other guys had a day to see the glacier at Perito Moreno, which we had already seen and so we were a day behind them. Time to catch up. We had a 280 km drive to El Calafate, with a bypass on the ruta 40 between the 5 and the 7, which is a 115 km gravel road.

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    We headed out of town towards the border crossing at Rio Turbio. This was an easy 2. We handed our import papers to the agent and he just said thanks. We were done so fast we said “is there not anything else?” He laughed and jokingly said no “ get out!” Then there is a 3 km drive to the next control. Here we had a 10 -minute entry to Argentina.

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    We stopped for cheap gas in town of Rio Turbo and then headed to the turn off to the Ruta 40 (where the gravel started) to add our sticker to the collection. It was nice to arrive to find a room booked for us and a great restaurant picked out by Trevor ad Orvar.

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  2. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

    Joined:
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    Oddometer:
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    Location:
    July 22, 2012 start RTW from Vancouver, B.C.
    We headed out of Calafate in very heavy winds on the pavement to Tres Lagos in 163 km.

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    The worst part of the day actually was the desvio or detour into the town with high winds and very deep gravel. The gas station is past the town so there was no need to do the detour!!!

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    All we had heard from people in the last week or so is how horrible the road is north of Tres Lagos. Heading up the Ruta 40 with some trepidation the first 20 km were shit with deeper gravel, but it was pretty good for the most part after that. The deep stuff with the big rocks was not too fun either. All the nay sayers failed to mention the paved sections in the south part and that the last 180 is paved. We managed to sneak onto a few of the blocked off paved sections.

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    Trevor did have a miracle today. A huge gust of wing hit him and pushed him into the deep gravel. He ended up in the ditch, but with the gas on when BOTH of the wheels came off the ground and he did a 180 and landed it facing backwards down in the ditch looking back at Dan! Wow we had some wind on the gravel today. We did stop to hear the tale on a sheltered corner, but as you can hear the wind is raging. I reduced the wind noise on the video by 75% too.

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    We stopped at 430 in Gobenor Gregoror pretty tired from the wind and dreading the last stretch and considering staying for the night. We met this couple from Denmark and Colombia who were riding to Ushuaia on this heavily loaded 250. We were happy to hear from them that there was pavement for the last 180 km to the town of Baja Caracoles, where there was gas and actually not a bad hotel.

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  3. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    We had been advised by Roberto and Matteo to go to Chile on the Ruta 41 as it was more scenic than the routes farther north, but that the road is a challenge. Luckily we had a great day for it, since we were advised not to go if it had been raining.

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    The first 10 km were crappy deepish gravel, but after that it got better.

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    We stopped on the road waiting for the other two. It turns out Trevor had his brake lever come loose, but luckily none of the parts were lost. While Orvar was waiting to help him his bike was blown over and he had to unload.

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    Just then I said I hope this great scenery starts soon. Well just 1 km further it was spectacular.

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    There were some easy parts and some challenging bits for all of us on the 91 km to the border and some annoying washboard too.

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    We had some nice views on our way to Paso Roballos. Thanks Trevor and Orvar for the photos of us riding.

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    The panorama just before the Argentina border was stunning.

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    Driving up to the border there was a locked gate, a security guard, and a border official. It was an easy process and since there were no computers he entered everything by hand in big ledgers.


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    Now just a short 10 km to the Chile crossing.

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    This was a more substantial operation, but again everything was done old style by hand here and using carbon copies.

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    We had a little picnic lunch here at the border.

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    Then there was another sometimes-challenging 70 km on the 41 to meet the ruta 7.

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    We drove along the river and had a few water crossings.

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    Dan for some fun headed off into a field to chase some Vicuna/Guanaco.


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    The 7 is a good gravel road along several lakes here to the village of Puerto Tranquillo for a total of 253 km off off road. We were super happy to find a cabin with a kitchen and 2 bedrooms for 20$ each, since we were all just too bagged to camp. A hotel room here in this tiny place is 95$ and the camping is a tent on a weed patch.


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  4. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

    Joined:
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    July 22, 2012 start RTW from Vancouver, B.C.
    Getting up the next day we were headed to Coyhaique in 234 km of which 146 was pretty good gravel.

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    Just out of town were stopped as they had cut down a huge tree, which had then fallen on the road so the guys pitched in to speed up the process of clearing the road.

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    The views were panoramic.


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    Coming down the mountain on the switch back gravel we finally met the pavement and stopped for lunch in a food bus in Villa Cerro Castillo.

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    There were some crazy curves near the end of the day. This is a bit of a crappy town, but we found a great place for dinner at Momma Gaucha.

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  5. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

    Joined:
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    Oddometer:
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    July 22, 2012 start RTW from Vancouver, B.C.
    Now we have a problem there are 2 important Olympic hockey games today. Sweden vs Finland at 9 am is no issue as we listened on Swedish radio with the wifi in the hostel parking lot. It was Sweden over Finland to advance to the gold medal game. The bigger issue was the Canada vs USA semi final. We decided to head 45 km up the 7 and take a 20 km detour to Puerto Aisen (Aysen), where found 1 “restobar” that had ESPN in Spanish that showed most of the game. The worst part was that at 4 pm they cut out of the last 4 minutes of the game to go to regular programming. Thanks to FB friends who posted the results in real time for us!!! Canada in the Gold metal game vs Sweden! Now its 430 and we finally head out for the day on 110 km of paved road to camp on the lake at Lago Los Torres.

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    The campsite was on the lake and we got a grassy spot for 3 tents, a shelter with a picnic table, and bathroom with flush toilets for 6$ each.

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    We had a nice view of the surrounding mountains.

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    Orvar made a run to the nearby town for some essentials while we cooked dinner.


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  6. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

    Joined:
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    July 22, 2012 start RTW from Vancouver, B.C.
    After a great night with amazing stars in the sky we packed up and headed north 310 km for Chaiten. The first 60 km was paved and then there was pretty good gravel for a bit.


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    Several others had told us how bad the 260 km of gravel road was, especially in the construction zone. The worst part initially was the almost one lane road up and over the mountain, which combined with steep switch back the oncoming traffic including busses and trucks were taking over the road and at very high speed. It’s a wonder none of us had a head on in one of the corners. There were some patches of deeper gravel and some pretty dusty sections. There were some intermittent bits of pavement a few km long, including a closed section we managed to ride for a km or so. The worst was the last 75 km of gravel in the construction where there were sections with deep large rocks. Overall it was a long and at times challenging day, but not as bad as we had expected.

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    Finally we celebrated the end of the gravel at Puerto Cárdens and aired up the tires again. This left about 70 km left to Chaiten, where arrived bagged and hungry.

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  7. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    July 22, 2012 start RTW from Vancouver, B.C.
    The town of Chaiten was evacuated in 2009 when the nearby volcano erupted for the first time in 9000 years. The town was then completely flooded because the ash blocked the rivers. Much of the town had not been rebuilt. There are only 900 of the 4000 inhabitants left here.


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    One of the main reasons we booked into a Cabana in Chaiten was that they had ESPN to watch the Gold medal hockey game.

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    This is a really nice Turkish hitchhiker that we first met in Coyhaique. He is making the same time as us getting rides. Here in Chaiten he was happy since he met someone to trade his Argentinean pesos for Chilean Pesos as so he now had some money for food!

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  8. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

    Joined:
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    July 22, 2012 start RTW from Vancouver, B.C.
    We were so preoccupied by the hockey the Summer holiday Saturday night when we arrived that we did not go to the Navimag office to get ferry tickets for the three boats it takes to get to puerto Montt. Big mistake. When we checked out after the game and went to the office at 11 they were serving number 40 and we had number 58. By the time we got a ticket it was for the 245 ferry the next day. The problem is that this means if we get that first ferry then the second will arrive after dark in the town that is 60 km from the third and last ferry of the day.

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    Step 1 drive the 70 km from Chaiten to the first ferry dock at Rampa Caleta Gonzalo.


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    Step -2 beg the ferry guys to let us on the earlier sailing.


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    Step 3 race the cars the 10 km to the next ferry launch from Rampa Fiordo Largo to Rampa Leptepu. Then hope you can get on this one early. We arrived at 145 for the 2 sailing that finally arrived after 3.


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    There was another couple from Chile on a V strom, who had tickets for the 2 sailing, but they ferry guys figured we would get on too. Two bikes came off the ferry from Ecuador. The crazy thing is I knew one of them. When I went up to say hi to Jaun Crespo he said I know you we are facebook friends! It’s such a small world of coincidences. Good luck on your way south!!

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    Step 4 is a 4 hours ride from Rampa Leptepu to Rampa Quintupeu along the inside passage.


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  9. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

    Joined:
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    We got a cabana again so we could cook and be warm with a fire. We are looking forward to getting back to civilization, where you can get a fresh vegetable! In the morning we had 60 km to go from Rampa Quintupeu to Rampa Puelche, with the last 15 km paved. There was not too much traffic so the dust was not that bad.

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    This ferry runs every 30 minutes from Puelche to Caleta Arena 30 km from Puerto Montt. Daniel and Orvar chose the 150 km way round on the 100 km of dirt to Osorno and Trevor (rear shock toast 2 days ago) and I (sick of the dust) took the ferry.

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    The guys on “the long way round”.


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    Now just 110 km to Osorno and clean laundry!! There are these cabanas that actually sleep 10 just next door to Motoaventura, where Trevor was taking his bike with the leaking rear shock.


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  10. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    1. Heidenau tires last about 22-24,000 km
    2. Use the price of gas in Argentina today which is about 1$ per liter

    If you drive your F 800 GS and F 650 GS at 100km per hour instead of 120 km per hour you save enough money in 20,000 km to buy a set of new Heidenau's for both bikes.

    :clap
  11. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    We had heard that the Isla Chiloe was really beautiful and also that the “end of the Pan-American highway” from Alaska and the end of the Pacific Coast Highway from Lund BC was at the far end. So we had to go now. Setting off from Osorno under cloudy skies we drove the 162 km to the ferry dock at Pargua and then took the 45 min ride across the Chacao Channel to Chacao.

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    From here we booked it the 198 km to Quellon with drizzle and several long stops for construction.

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    Tomorrow we can spend our time driving back along the route of the iglasias. The island is famous for its old wooden Churches.

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    The town itself is on the ocean and with the tide out, there are a lot of boats aground.



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    We did make it to “ the end of the road” to the monument and the sign.

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    We were cozy in our cabana with the wood stove stoked up.

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    The next day we stopped to admire “old Quellon” and it’s church and some of the others on the island.

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    The main town of Castro is famous for the stilted houses on the waterfront and the bright yellow and purple church on the main square.

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    We were treated to some dolphins playing in the ferry wake on the way back.


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  12. salvadorfrieri

    salvadorfrieri Been here awhile

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    Guys, what a ride! I'm speechless. Really. You were owing us a few reports and these last pages have been absolutely incredible. Where are you now? Have you caught up with the report or are you still a few weeks behind? Keep 'em coming!!!
    Salvi
  13. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    We are In Mendoza at the wine festival and so Im about a week behind. We did not have much in the way of internet. I have all the posts done, but I try not to post too much at a time. Today we went to Chandon for a tour of the bubbles!

    SP & DP
  14. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    From the dock at Pargua to Puerto Octay it was an additional 135 km. We stopped off in Puerto Montt for lunch and to try to find a cambio office for Orvar to get some USD. This is a constant problem for travel to Argentina, where you cannot use your visa or ATM card because you will only get the official 6-7 to 1 rate. This means you need USD to exchange on the blue market for 10-12 to 1 depending on where the currency is. Even with the transaction costs of getting Chilean Pesos out of the ATM 6 $ per 400$ and the currency exchange to USD you are still way ahead. So for shipping his bike from BA he had to stock up.


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    We then took the route of the Llanquihue Lake. We also stopped in the nice town of Puerto Varas and finally got the Cambio! The 225 is very scenic as it circuits the lake and ended up camping in Puerto Octay. Again there were a few construction zones.


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  15. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    We were supposed to have met Trevor here on the lake to camp, but his bike was not finished on time! So we headed back to see what was up in Osorno. We have only a short 264 km to try to catch the ferry and then about 50 more to San Martin. Since he expected his bike now on Monday and as it was Saturday we decided to go on and he would catch us up.

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    We were headed for Puerto Fuy where there was a 1 pm (no way we would make it now.....) and a 6 pm ferry to the Hua Humm border crossing from Chile to Argentina. Since we had time we wandered on the 7 lakes route and stopped for a break in the cute town of Panguipuli. The bikes were a big hit with this family.

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    Arriving at the ferry dock at 4 pm for the 6 boat it was eerily quiet. The guard informed us that it’s March 1 today and the winter ferry schedule started today and the only ferry left at 1!!

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    Well at least we could then get a reservation for tomorrow and there was a grassy area near by to camp. While we were unpacking we met this couple from Sweden!

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    Luckily we had some provisions and there was a small store here with beer, bread, and eggs. The funny part was we were all unpacked and in for a swim when at 5 a ferry arrived! We did not think much of it until a few trucks were loaded. Orvar ran over in his swim trunks and asked if they were leaving at 6 and would they take 3 bikes. The guy said yes! Man did we pack fast and drive over, but no such luck. The big boss came over and said no the ferry was for dangerous cargo and navy only. In fact the 3 cars that had loaded had to get off. AGH!

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  16. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    We had a long night of people partying, dogs barking, and roosters crowing. Finally the ferry loaded for the 1 sailing and luckily we were last on = first off. The trip is 90 min down the lake to Hua Humm.

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    We unloaded and headed off to the borders.

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    Then you race 10 km on the path between the piles of gravel to the Chile border control. Here we were first and so got our exit stamps and canceled our bike permits.




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    Then there was a good gravel road for 3 km to the Argentina border control. Again we were first there and first out.


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    There is only 53 km to the Pavement of the 40 at San martin de los Andes and the first half was not too bad, but the last 20 km was deep gravel and terrible washboard. We were happy to arrive at the Automobile Association campground where they have amazing hot showers.


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    We enjoyed a stroll in town and some ice cream.


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  17. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    Since we had not had Internet access for 2 days we did not know that Trevor had got his bike already on Saturday night and was actually now ahead of us and in Nuequen 428 km north of us.


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    We headed north when driving along the road we saw this guy on the side of the road asking for help, but we did not see his bike. Orvar stopped to pick him up and drive him up the road to where his bike was. He said he had lost a chain link, and Daniel gave him our spare link, but unfortunately the chain had thrashed the guards and was totally jammed and unfixable.

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    Trevor did however manage to get us a good place to stay. We went out to celebrate for our last night with Orvar before he heads home to Sweden.

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    A sad day for us we said goodbye to the Swede and the 3 of us headed 495 km north to General Alvear. It was a long straight hot day. The first curve after we left Orvar near Santa Isabel was 93 km later.

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  18. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    We had to pool our remaining Argentinean Pesos with Trevor today so we could all get a hotel, dinner and gas! Luckily we know where to go in San Raphael for money and it is only 85 km away. Arriving Dan and Trevor talked to the contact, but he said the boss would return in an hour, so we used our last few pesos for coffees and a submarino (hot milk and good chocolate). The rest of the drive to Mendoza on the 40 is a strait highway, but now we have all driven almost the entire Ruta 40 south of Mendoza, except the 100 km of pavement between Perito Moreno and Baja Caracoles. On the way Dan’s F800 hit the 90,000 km mark.


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    It was no easy feat to find a place to stay because of the wine festival. We got a place with parking on the sidewalk out front for 1 night and then moved to a better place with a secure parking lot for the next 3 nights. We are sure glad we did because there were thousands of people out on the streets day and night all weekend.

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    The Thursday we did a walking tour of the main square and the 4 surrounding parks.


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    The main square has a huge fountain and the spray was nice and cooling.

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    It’s always wine time in Mendoza!


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    The Plaza de Chile had huge palm trees and several memorial statues.

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    The Plaza Italia was lined with banners and Italian tile fountains.

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    The Plaza Espania had an amazing tile surface with hand painted inlay tiles, which were all different. There was a huge mosaic depicting the Spanish conquest.


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    We finished of with the square closest to the hotel Plaza San Martin.
  19. Saralou

    Saralou Worldwide Rider

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    Friday we drove 35 km south again to the wine region along the Camino del Vinos (the road of the wine) and then for a tour and a tasting at Chandon.


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    For lunch we could not get a reservation at any of the Bodegas (no surprise), so it was 6 $ lunch at Mr Dog.


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  20. GuateRider

    GuateRider Long timer

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    I still enjoy your pictures :clap:clap:clap


    Keep them coming and keep smiling :freaky:freaky:freaky