Regarding smuggling penguins out of the country in your pants; yes, it is done commonly, though with difficulty, since penguin flatulence on aeroplanes is not to be taken lightly.
patagoniax wrote:Would you believe he used to get paid for doing this go-fast stuff?
DBrim wrote:And with a broken car door.
patagoniax wrote:DBrim wrote:
I'll reiterate - 16-18 hour days without lunch? That's nothing.
Ventisquero Colgante to Punta Tombo via La Tapera, Apeleg, Tecka . 1100 km. 18 hours. Looks simple in 2 dimensions. But it makes no sense if you are just going there to see the penguins you can see more easily at Otway.
patagoniax wrote:Why do I have the feeling I am dealing with the ghost of Tim Cahill here?
Along with professional long-distance driver Garry Sowerby, Cahill set a world record for speed in driving the entire length of the American continents, from Ushuaia in Tierra del Fuego in southern Argentina up along the Pan-American Highway to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska in twenty-three days, twenty-two hours, and forty-three minutes. This trip was the source material for his book Road Fever.
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