We were finally on our way to Cordoba after loading the moto with our bags and gear for the long weekend trip. Without a map or directions we drove out of Buenos Aires asking directions along the way.
Riding on a moto has it’s advantages. We were able to weave through traffic with no problem and asking for directions is a cinch when you can pull up directly next to any car. After a quick stop for gas and some more directions we moved on until we hit the highway.
Highways in Argentina are better than most other countries in South America. While it’s only a one lane highway going in each direction (2 lanes in certain parts), it is completely paved and follows a straight path for the most part. Far better than Bolivia’s dirt roads that cure around mountains if you ask me.
The first few hours were exciting. I was really riding on the back of a moto on a road trip through Argentina complete with my favorite music blasting through my headphones and the wind blowing my face.
This long rush of excitement continued while the sun began setting, ending quickly afterward.
That’s it for now. Check back in the next few days for part three!