The group takes a quick stop along the river.
Rob, Trevor, Eno, and Harrison take a break from kayaking to relax in the shade.
Eno tries Mate, a traditional tea-like drink of Argentina.
Today we took a biking tour Tigre, the delta area and northern suburbs of Buenos Aires. We then took a kayaking trip through the islands of the Tigre Delta water system. After returning to the city we had a casual dinner followed by some ice cream! Though it was originally not planned, due to some changes in accommodations the two groups were able to meet briefly. Members of both groups joined together for a post dinner walk to the Puerto Modero waterfront. The river walk is lit up at night and features rotating footbridges connecting the east and west docks. The newest and most famous of the foot bridges is called Puente de la mujer which was designed by Santiago Calatrava.
Max and Harrison
Alex, Harrison, and Max
Anna and Carolyne
Max and Alex
Sarah enjoys what they call “Barbeque Cheese”
Carson and Jilly
Barbeque lunch break during the kayak trip.
The group poses before kayaking through part of the Tigre Delta water system
Coach Cunningham and Lacey.
The group enjoying some late night ice cream.
Members of both groups enjoy a late night walk to the Puerto Madero Waterfront. You can just see Puente de la mujer in the background.
Katie and others bike through the Tigre neighborhood.
Carolyne and others bike through the section of the Tigre neighborhood that borders the river.