Monday, October 03, 2011

A journey with Aelke: South America (Part 1)

In the end, it took more than a week to go to South America. The journey was so tiring and difficult. But we always brought Pocari Sweat with us, so the journey was full of joyfulness!

Our first journey at South America continued at Buenos Aires.
Then, we tried to call the phone number that was written in the notes. Fortunately, the owner of the phone number answered the call! He told us to go to Rosario, One of the biggest city in Santa Fe.
Does anyone know where the city is?

[Taken from Google map]

Finally we met the owner of the phone number. His name is Pedro and he told us that he is a handlebar maker! Whoa, we were so lucky...
He said that he might know where his friend who might know the other components of the bicycle was located, but still...we needed to confirm his location at Pedro's hometown.
Pedro only gave us a picture and asked us to guess where the picture was taken...
"But...where is it?"

From the picture given by Pedro, we finally knew that the picture was taken at Copiapó. He said that it was correct, so he agreed to accompany us to his homeland at Copiapó.
"I think i should prepare more Pocari Sweat as it will take more than 24 hours to go there by bus." I said to Aelke

[To be continued]

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