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Margo2Americas
3rd May 2017 - 13th May 2017
End of Bolivia-Argentina

The road from Tupiza to Tarija was a good dirt road, Faniel enjoyed driving along this region with more spectacular views and no traffic on the way. In Tarija, the wine road , La ruta del vino, is mainly in the Valle de la Conception, nice green valley. The wine produced here is mainly sweet red wine, not really our favourite. it is autumn here so the leaves are getting brown and droping.The road to the border with Argentina was following a river, another scenic drive. At the border crossing all went smoothly. In the border town there is a huge traffic of clothings all household items as the prices in Argentina are really high, they come across the river by small boat and load up then cross back avoiding the officials... Here in Argentina it is difficult to pay with a card, only Visa Debit and can only withdraw small amount at a time from the ATMs. Prices are much higher than in the other countries we have been . it is more modern, have municipal campings in small towns which are ok. the weather has been cooler in places. We are now visiting the wine region of Cafayete, drove through some very scenic places along the way.  Internet access is rather slow . We are a

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Diary Photos

In south Bolivia

Nice to see some little green oasis

South Bolivia

South Bolivia

A welcome sign!

Plaza in Tarija, wine country Bolivia

Not the best looking vineyards

International bridge between Bolivia and Argentina

In Argentina

Nicely decorated bus stop

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Plaza in Tilcara

No peeing on tree.....

Street view in Tilcara

Scenic mountains

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In Punarmarca

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Interesting vegetation

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How tall is it?

Full moon in the Parc National Los Cordones

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Sweet chilis for production of paprika in Payogasta

Cachi, the museum

The church has the ceiling made of cactus wood


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