Trix’ Travels was created with full cooperation of Trix the cat. She has been perfectly safe and lazy during the entire process that will now be posted every other Saturday. This weeks stop: Patagonia.
So we have once again abandoned another mode of transportation, the lovely canoes in which I had to do pretty much nothing except look at beautiful birds and look for my new friend, for a worse one. I liked the motorbike in Africa, mostly because it meant stopping a lot to see the landscape. Here, it’s one mountain after another while driving on an endless highway. The roads are much better than in Africa though, which is kind of nice.
South-America is just really long, and I’ve grown a bit tired of traveling, walking, hopping from place to place. If the blond human had rented a motor with side-car it wouldn’t have been a problem, I could have just napped in there, but now I have to stay awake to make sure I don’t fall off. I mostly just lean against her, also for warmth. Up in these mountains it can get pretty chilly on the bike, I was quite suprised by that. Another suprise have been the huge areas that just seem to be flat and covered with only grass. These strange creatures called lamas seem to love it, I don’t love them though because one of them spit in my fur.
Human, can we go home?