January 9, 2012 Leave a comment
Aguas Verdes is a peaceful seaside resort along the cost of Buenos Aires Province, in Argentina. Nothing fancy nor trendy, almost no restaurant but a rundown café on the beach, two food sellers and one general store called Nudist Beach, which actually doesn’t exist … the beach not the store: it’s a tourists trap. In late december the beach, the other beach, coast-long and pretty wide in low tide, is almost deserted, while the water has the typical chocolate hue of the resorts located in the upper part of the Province. One day, though, a unique combination of sea currents and winds, painted the waters in light emerald green, as the name itself suggests.