Travelling is the eternal chase of the horizon. Horizon could fairly be the name of a wounded animal that leaves its tracks... After such prey I left Andalgalá, Argentina towards the Bolivian border across Tucumán, Salta and Jujuy provinces. On the picture: La Maga portrayed with a tank of holy water while camping in the church of Bermejo, Bolivia.
Loaded with tree trunks this Ford F-100 pick up gave me a lift from Andalgalá to Aconquija, across the Cuesta de Chilca.
My driver from Concepción to San Miguel de Tucumán in the company of a goose, and with his Renault Megane in the back.
Charly and Diego, two fellow hitch-hikers who hosted me in San Miguel de Tucumán.
Tucumán city is really poles apart from the expectations of colonial city many travellers harbour.
Murga taking place during a sexual tolerance rally in Tucumán.
Hitching a ride in a school bus taking the children home after classes in Guemes, Salta Province, Argentina.