Road to Cordoba from Buenos Aires by car you will pass by Belle Ville, a town that would go unnoticed if it were not the "capital of soccer balls made by hand". One can not fail to notice because the edge of the road are crowded with stalls selling more balls of various colors and types. Belle Ville is dedicated to this singular occupation since the thirties and sells handmade footballs to different countries. Of course, it has a ball called Diego Maradona and the record for the largest ball ever made: It has 2.50 meters in diameter and weighs 30 kilos. It is very interesting to stop here and see for yourself, and I recommend it.
Reaching this place, a natural amphitheater that starts with a deep scar in the rock caused by erosion and abundance of water, it is impossible to describe. Surrounded by colorful mountains in which it highlights an intense red, it is entering a field where not only the magnificence of its landscape but prevailing religion in place, combine to make it a mysterious and peaceful place. Although unfortunately it did not come out in the picture, there is a figure of Christ made by an artist called Salta which he called "The Christ of Humility and Patience", a Christ granted that is a replica of a Spanish Creole with blackened hair and beard. In numerous occasions there have been several festivals of classical, folk and Cafayate and have not only been there Eduardo Falu, Ariel Ramirez, Duo Chalchaleros Coplanacu and among many others, but also sets Corals and Salta Symphony Orchestra, taking advantage of the magnificent acoustics of this magical place. La Garganta del Diablo, near the amphitheater, is a huge almost circular wall over 50 meters high, carved in red sandstone typical of the place.
Later I went to buy a palm tree, organic soil, and I went with all the info on how to plant, how to water, etc. and it is not only easy, but it is interesting. I want to know more about palm trees. My new acquisition would be a dwarf palm tree for my balcony, I was reading, but I am scared of the sun thanks valeria
The remains of Charrua Uruguayan ship which ran aground around 1980, in a rocky area about 4 miles from Balneario San Cayetano (west), in the province of Buenos Aires on the Atlantic Coast. Most of the boat is in the water and is easily identifiable, especially when there is low tide, but there are also parts of the sea has destroyed. About 100 m from the coast can be important pieces of the "ribs" of the hull. The coordinates are approximately 38 ° 45'42 "(S) and 59 ° 28'29" (O). You can get there on foot from the resort village with the foresight to bring drinking water. As always, it is recommended to inquire about the tide table before venturing into these searches. Other shipwrecks occurred in the immediate vicinity: Stranding of Pagrus I Ricles wreckage
Very near the mouth of the creek Cristiano Dead and continuing with the series of wrecks in the same region Charrúa shipwreck and stranding of Pagrus I, is a place called "The Ricles". Some say it is the name of a boat that sunk there but some say that the place is actually called "The Rails", a series of rails on which are mounted a temporary footbridge to load the ship aground . There are still some remains of the boat and the famous rail marking its way to ship. At the top of the dunes you can see a stone house crumbling and abandoned, as discussed, was built specifically to house the workers who for several weeks did the transfer of the ship's cargo and the dismantling of machinery and equipment. The place is located on the Atlantic coast of Argentina, between the seaside resorts of Orense and San Cayetano, approximately 12 and 15 km respectively. Indicate appropriate recommendations to move right vehicle, bring enough water to hydrate and informed of the changes in tide before undertaking the journey as the weather often changes suddenly in this area unleashing windstorms and sand combined with a high tide unanticipated may complicate the return.