Posted by: Larzizou | April 1, 2008

Patagonia I, Argentina

At the southern tip of Argentina (and Chile too) lay the most amazing landscapes. Guyve and I arrive at El Calafate, a small and recent village of approximately 20,000 inhabitants that grew as a hub to various scenic nearby destinations.

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There is not much to say about this, except…click on the pictures !

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In case you are wondering where El Calafate is exactly…this is where.

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¨Here´s looking at you kid… ¨ Props to my dear friend Tarek Daher, for whom I took this picture.

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Guyve and I opted for a 5h horseriding trip.

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Easy to locate me (and hence take pictures of me), I am always behind. I have the most stubborn and lazy horse ever. Again. Sigh.

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This is Martin, a real Gaucho. Just Google gaucho.

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Once more, alive !

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Responses

  1. comme diraient ces gens là:
    MAZAL TOV!
    t’as enfin pondu un post, j’ai du mal à y croire!
    bravo brigand!

  2. t bo gosse sur la derniere ma biche


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