The wind didn’t slow down but without food and water I have no choice but to cycle. It’s 70 km to the next town that take me over six hours. After lunch I set off again and ride along a beautiful coast. The wind now comes from the side with up to 80 kmh. I have no control over Cazadora who is pushed across the entire road so I have push her on a flat road. That’s the first time in my life I have to do that. It’s a terrible fight pushing the bike and trying not be carried away by the storm. In the evening I finally reach Caleta Olivia where a local cyclist awaits me with a comfy sleeping spot and a barbecue. The famous Argentinian Asado helps to forget the day.