USHUAIA DAY 3: LEAVING THE ANDES BEHIND

We crossed the Andes and moved forward. We found lake Fagnano a couple of miles away and we stopped at a restaurant in the middle of nowhere where we ate Patagonic lamb which is a tender meat but I´m not too crazy about it. I´m sticking with red meat and, chicken and fish.
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11 comentarios:

  1. i would be sad to leave this place

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  2. It would be great to have the place like this always near for the moments that ask for the long walks and tranquil thoughts. Much appreciated nature and beautiful pictures. x

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    1. Yeah, too bad it´s not close to where I usually live!

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  3. Great photos!
    Thanks for linking up!
    Kala@ TheWishfulLamb.com

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  4. Ack, your photos make me want to move closer to a mountain range! haha they are stunning, as per usual. I loooove eating lamb, but not all the time - and it needs to be eaten with mint Jelly (is that a British thing? I don't know, haha). Thanks for linking up with us again :)

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    1. I tried lamb but I can´t really tell you if I´m into it or not... Never heard of mint jelly with lamb here... I´m gonna try to look it up!

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  5. Beautiful photos! I can almost hear the waves ;)

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  6. Amazing photos!! The colours...the composition...you really manage to catch the "essence" of a beautiful place :)

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