Bucking Broncos & BBQ’s.

I liked Puerto Tranquilo – it’s just that, tranquil. A nice place to recharge your batteries and great place to get over any ‘incidents’ that might have occurred during the day!

I eventually found a bed for the night and my gentile host kindly pointed out a poster on the dining room wall advertising some sort of horse related event. That night Puerto Tranquil did not live up to its name – it was wild! There were numerous rodeo competitions and lots of live music. I met some lovely people, ate too much red meat and drank far too much red wine.

Next stage: Puerto Tranquil to Coyhaique.

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About Richard Griffith

My first independent travel experience was a trip to Israel, in 1997, it was here that I caught the 'travel' bug! In 2001 I took an 8-month sabbatical and traveled around South East Asia. Since then I have managed to visit most of Eastern Europe along with India, Bangladesh, and a few other destinations in between. I love travel and I love meeting new people.
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