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Ascending South America

Day 2 7th September

Quick work on props on the way.

Gaucho, The cow boys of Argentina.

Lunch break.

Water has been low this year, then usual. Climate change is effecting people living by the rivers.

Gaia, looking ahead.

Heavy smoke from factories something we show from far as we reached San Nicolas.

Boats look small when next to the ship.

We drove a bit long on the day, which was bit tiring, but beautiful setting sun compensated for it.

Iron furnace and oil factories line the bank of river. They look really old, but proudly stand tall.

Reaching San Nicolas.

Alfredo and Andy.

Before the start at Zartae happy bunch of children visited the team with their teachers.

Children in full attention, listening to Andy talking about the expedition.

Quick refuel.

The Atucha Nuclear Complex is an Argentine atomic complex subdivided into two plants, both located on the right bank of the Paraná river.

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