May 25 was a wonderful day in Argentina, filled with national pride in a country that struggles with more economic hardship than we do and a government more self-serving than our own.
In which we cross the Panara, visit Colon, attend a conference, take a ferry and don't ride the elephants. Monday, March 1 Today we drove east 10 hours, away from the mountains, to Colon on the Uruguay River. The land is mostly flat and almost entirely agricultural—mostly cattle and some crops, like soy bean. Near… Continue reading adventures in Argentina, week two