[S2 – Eps. 36] Where are the Alerces in Parque National de Alerces in Argentina?





In this episode I am crossing the border at Futaleufu in Chile, back into Argentina. My ride goes through National Park de Alerces, but are there Alerce trees to be found?

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  1. Those yellow and purple flowers with the strong cloying smell look similar to what we call lupins in New Zealand. The other more bush like with yellow flowers look like broom or gorse. I am so enjoying this series.

  2. Ah, the park so spectacular! The dam and the water, wow, wow, wow. The roads through the park were breathtaking. I can see why you drove to the next city; the weather was so perfect.
    Always a great pleasure to watch you in your journeys.

  3. 10:31 What is the name of these yellow bloomy shrubs? Anyone?
    [edit] In some comments they say that they are called Amancay, in other comments they say it is the broom weed under various names depending on the place and the language.

  4. What an amazing journey! I just started watching your channel and I'm enchanted with your adventures. The scenery is stunning. The flowers are beautiful. (Sadly however, the people are fat… eating french fries, pastries loaded with sugar, i's no wonder…) but the land is gorgeous!

  5. Ahh finally some greenery in Argentina huh ?! Western side, nice… those 360 deg peaks surrounding are beautiful..

    Your larger than life personality makes up for more than any static hair or others Noraly..

  6. I HAVE A VERY GOOD FRIEND WHO IS SEEMINGLY TRAPPED ON AN ISLAND IN BELIZE. I SENT HIM AN [E] ABOUT YOUR RIDE. HE MADE THE WHOLE TRIP WITH YOU MUCH QUICKER THAN I. HE ENJOYED IT BEAUCOUP. HOPE YOU ARE WELL WHERE EVER YOU ARE CLIFF

  7. I'm impressed with how good the roads are along some of these stretches between the mountains. Yes, there are many off-road tracks but the ease of travel is surprising.

  8. Absolutely beautiful and well done as always! I like how you stop to see things like the races. I always ride by and I should stop and check it out, then I keep going. I liked the "static hair!"

  9. I've been catching up on your amazing travels over the last few days. Started at Ep1 – now on Ep 36! A 'big thumbs up and subscribed down below' from the UK! Its a great way to overcome self isolation boredom!

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