Thursday July 9, 2020

On the road to nowhere

The feared Route 40 south of Buenos Aires leads directly to the Argentinian Wild West. It’s a place where few humans venture, writes Jeremy Wood

5th June, 2010

Buenos Aires was the starting point for an epic car journey to Patagonia in the wild south of Argentina.

First, I had to find a rental car with no additional charge for kilometres, with five good tyres and an engine that would last 5,000 kilometres or so.

Then I had to contact the man who organises tours of the incredible Andean lakes region around Esquel and book a tour. I also planned to consider taking tango...

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