|Destination: Pico Truncado|
|Sunday, 06 April 2008|
It's another sunny day for our big departure to the South. The time to say goodbye to everybody and we are now heading towards Sierra la Ventana wher we'll spend the night sleeping in the car. The following day we climb to the top of the first mountain we see since we left Buenos Aires. The park rangers are intrigued by the car and it's another occasion to talk about the H2 Project and hydrogen.
We keep driving South and spend the night in Puerto Pyramide where Kiki will have a private mate preparation lesson.
The folowing day, we visit the peninsula Valdes (where there is a whale colony but it's unfortunately the wrong time of the year). We can however watch orcas, sea lions, seals, pinguins, lamas and many more animals that we discover for the first time.
With Kiki we have some really good time, that's obvious but I'm a little bit concerned about the news I receive from the hydrogen plant.
On our way, we visit Sarmiento and its entirely fossilized woods: it's a really impressive place where you can find everywhere stones in the shape of trunks. I woul strongly recommend you to visit this place during your next holidays in Argentina.
A few days later and many thousands of km further, we eventually reach Pico Truncado. We head towards the plant without wasting a minute.
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