Wesley Hosteria Boutique
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... surely got the hang of carving the edges of our snowboards. While I asked myself, nearly hourly, why I would put my 44 year old body through this torture, she persevered without question, taking group lessons with kids her age, making friends along the way.
After half-successfully ignoring any doubts I had, I did the same, but in adult classes, however continued to fall harder than Noa did. We had geared ourselves up with wrist guards, but not butt guards regrettably, ...
... winter, we drove through the wintry landscape with the Christmas tunes cranked up, ha!
It was an excellent send off after the desert heat of the day before, after two weeks of exploring, and after 5,435kms (3,377 miles) around Patagonia. We couldnīt have asked for a better way to end it… and end it, we nearly did. Since we were the first to drive along the snow covered road, it was hard to spot any ice. As ...
... the short time we had to spend here! We got back to the car at around 2 and drove back to Neuquen, stopping along the way to see some awesome rock formations (el dedo de dios was pretty cool, the finger of god in Valle Encantado). We listened to podcasts, the Moth podcast which we highly recommend, it is a performance story podcast of all sorts of writers both famous and not who perform certain stories they have written, some funny some sad (really great for everyone ...
... cover the 30km to Junin and are marveled by how clear and crisp the river is, how yellow and purple the spring flowers are, and how perfectly the wood cabins and pine trees complement one another. Ah, a mountain village; it feels so warm and cozy. We sit in the main plaza to relax and gorge on supermarket food: fresh bread, pastries, deli meats, cheese…and ice cream!
When we are ready to leave at 2pm, it is a little more windy than ...
... with chicken and sweet meat and spicy beef. There’s even a vegetarian selection for Angie. We fill ourselves with lentil salad and shredded cabbage and home-made bread, looking out over the garden down the stream.
The estancia was our last stop in Argentina, the sign off to our travels here. What an amazing place to have ended our experience of this most beautiful country, from the excitement of Buenos Aires to the Lakes of Bariloche and the beautiful wines ...