Everywhere in Argentina there are tango classes and shows, and just casual tango dancing. We found this instructional poster on the wall of a small cafe.
This man is carving a piece of notofagus wood, from a tree that is a relic of Gondwanaland, and grows in Argentina, New Zealand and Tasmania.
The little town of El Bolson is nestled in a valley between two mountains, and along several rivers and streams. Steve stands in front of the city park.
This is El Rio Azul.
I think this is a heath or heather, similar to what grows in Tasmania.
The drive between Bariloche and El Bolson bring mountain vistas and lovely forest scenes.