Decompressing, Argentina style (Drive Day 198: Jan 13, 2004)
I’ve read the headlines. I know Argentina’s economy is in the tank. But it is still a world apart from the desolation to its north. We stop for supplies and camp at hot springs, the first bonafide campground we’ve found since leaving Mexico. I feel Sundance Kid lucky, like I’ve gotten away with something and need to enjoy the peace and quiet while it lasts.
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