Luna Noor om Argentina

Her er vi på ridetur i Mendoza

Noen blinkskudd fra Argentina

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Alt startet med at vi landet i Buenos Aires (hovedstaden). Da hadde vi kjørt fly i ca. 1 ½ timer fra Santiago i Chile. Det var skjermer på flyet så jeg prøvde å se en ny film som het Sing. Men den varte nesten i 2 timer så jeg fikk ikke se hele filmen. Og når vi landet begynte spenningen. Vi leide en bil og kjørte til Rosario. Gjett hvorfor. Vi dro til den beste fotballspilleren vi vet om. Nemlig Messi, Yeey, mmm, ikke så yeey likevel, vi dro bare til Messis hus. Men fortsatt litt yeey. 😊 Vi fant nøyaktig hvilket hus og fotballbane selv om det var sikkert 20 baner, vet ikke jeg. 😐

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Luna Noor om Chile

Noen bilder fra Valparaìso

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Vi landet på flyplassen i Santiago (hovedstaden i Chile) på morgenen, og kjørte leiebil til Valparaíso. Der skulle vi møte min onkel Daniels onkel som het Camillo. Vi var veldig uheldige første dagen fordi leiligheten vi hadde leid var ikke ledig like vel. Da måtte vi først kjøpe sim-kort til telefonen, så gå på internett på telefonen og bestille ny leilighet for 3 netter. Vi brukte hele dagen på å få kommet oss inn i leiligheten. Sent på kvelden kom vi oss endelig inn og vi var dødstrøtte. Men pappa begynte å lage middag, så vi fikk oss litt mat før vi stupte i seng.

De neste dagene var vi i Valparaíso hvor vi så oss rundt i byen og koste oss på stranden i Viña del Mar.

 

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Day 304 to 311 Cool and radiant Cuba

Some top shots from Cuba

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To get to Cuba we had to go by plane from São Paulo in Brazil to Lima in Peru before chancing planes to go to Havana. We got up at 3 o’clock in the night, drove to the airport, handed in our rental car and started our journey from Brazil. We were up for some serious travelling. First a 5 hours’ flight from São Paulo to Lima. Then some transfer time in Lima before entering another plane to spend 5 ½ hours in another plane to go from Lima to Havana. We were excited to see the island we had heard so much about with our own eyes…

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Luna Noor om Peru

Noen bilder fra Machu Picchu og Amazonas

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Vi landet i Lima, hovedstaden i Peru, sent på kvelden. Etter å ha hentet bagasjen skulle vi ta en taxi hotellet. Sjåføren sa at det var mye mange barer og natteliv, så han kjørte oss til et annet hotell. Siden vi ikke hadde bestilt og at det var veldig sent, ble det kjempedyrt for et veldig dårlig hotellrom.

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Day 296 to 303 Superfantastic Brazil

Some highlights from Brazil

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We left Buenos Aires in Argentina near 12 o’clock am the 13th of April and landed in Sao Paulo in Brazil at 2 in the morning the next day. No need to say we dived “gracefully” in bed in a nearby hotel after getting our bags and passing the immigration/passport control. In the morning, we went to pick up our rental car and drive directly to Rio de Janeiro.

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Day 286 to 295 Exciting Argentina

Some highlights from Argentina

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We only had 9 days to experience some of the Argentinian culture and nature so we had to take some shortcuts and decide what we wanted to experience the most. Our choice fell upon travelling across the pampas and visit Mendoza, the famous vine area nearby the Andes mountains and the Chilean border. We were up for some serious kilometres driving by car across the country from Buenos Aires to Mendoza!!! As the language was Spanish and we had heard that not many people spoke English, we looked forward to overcoming some nice challenges…

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Day 278 to 285 Sweet Chile

Higlights from Santiago and Valparaìso

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We arrived Santiago in Chile in the afternoon after some hours’ flight from Lima in Peru. Our plan was to visit Valparaiso and some relatives of my sister’s husband before ending up back in the capital for some days.First, we bought a sim-card and some GB for browsing on the internet. Then we picked up our rental car and headed towards Valparaiso. Our GPS (Google Maps) showed us the way and we found both Valparaiso city and our rented apartment easily. What we did not know was that we had been contacted by email by the landlord while we were in the Amazonas in Peru, asking us to confirm our booking. As we were offline the whole time and obviously did not answer that email, the landlord cancelled our booking… So we ended up booking another apartment in Viña del Mar (the neighbour town to Valparaiso) which was a scoop – both the area and the apartment! 😊

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