Travel Blogs from Junin de los Andes, Argentina

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Monkey puzzle trees and a mighty trout, Parque Nacional Lanin, near Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Monkey puzzle trees and a mighty trout

A travel blog entry by idarich

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We´d arrived in Argentina! It was never really in our plans to visit the country, but with hiring the car in Chile it was straightforward to cross the border, and the car gave us the freedom to move around and explore the Lakes region on both sides of ...

NEW YEARS IN JUNIN DE LOS ANDES, Junin De Los Andes, Argentina travel blog

NEW YEARS IN JUNIN DE LOS ANDES

A travel blog entry by unbound

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I hear that a bird pooping on you is good luck - which turned out to be true in the town of Junin de los Andes.  It is a little sleepy town of 12,000 people right next to the Parque National Lanin.  This town is absolutely wonderful!  It is ...

On the road, Junin de Los Andes, Argentina travel blog

On the road

A travel blog entry by kevinwalls

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05-12-12 At last I finally picked the car(Corsa) up and headed to the National Park wilderness. I arrived at a campsite just as a thunderstorm was begining. Not the best time to work out how your new tent works, but I figured it out just in time, ...

Test die tent nu het kan!, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Test die tent nu het kan!

A travel blog entry by astridandgijs

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We zijn in Junín de los Andes, een klein dorpje dat wereldberoemd is in heel Argentinië om het forelvissen en vliegvissen. Dat gaan we dus niet doen ;-) Vlakbij is ook een nationaal park (volgens de lonely planet). We informeren met welke bus we daar ...

Volcan Lanin, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Volcan Lanin

A travel blog entry by will.traveller

Off for a trek around Volcan Lanin. Buses are frequently a gambit. I am on a mini-bus at 7 AM to Junin de Los Andes. 3 Swiss backpackers at my hotel leave at the same time. When we get off, we line up for tickets on a second bus to the park (only 2 per ...

Junin de los Andes, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Junin de los Andes

A travel blog entry by silverlining

Junin de los ...

On the loose in Patagonia, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

On the loose in Patagonia

A travel blog entry by erics

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... for campsites, living on cookies, breakfast bars and tuna sandwiches, and fishing everywhere that looked promising. Finally I arrived in Junin de los Andes, considerd the birthplace of fly fishing in Patagonia. After a few nights sleeping in the car, ...

Adios Argentina**, Junín de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Adios Argentina**

A travel blog entry by loelai

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Chafing knees, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Chafing knees

A travel blog entry by vetliz

I woke the next morning and found a nasty rash that had appeared behind my ear the previous week had now moved onto my face.  The side of my head was painful and sensitive.   One of the slightly scary things about the ...

Over the Andes on Horseback, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Over the Andes on Horseback

A travel blog entry by vetliz

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... I need the motivation to stick at the writing!!) So let's start at the beginning... I arrived in San Martin de los Andes after what's called the Seven Lakes Drive between St Martin and Bariloche.  Yes, quite ...

Over the Andes - Estancia to Volcan Lanin, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Over the Andes - Estancia to Volcan Lanin

A travel blog entry by vetliz

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... on their sides, many with lumps of wood hacked out.  This is part of the Indian reservatiopn, and though the government of argentina owns the forests, the indians have a right to live there and claim it as their own,, though they may never sell ...

Into deepest Argie Land!, St Martin De Los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Into deepest Argie Land!

A travel blog entry by greesq

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... that we do try, even though it could be deemed abuse what we are doing to their mother tongue! We are now in St Martin De Los Andes, which is on a lake next to a deep valley, it is simply a beautiful little town, I love it. The hostel we are ...

Wine And Near Death Experiences, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Wine And Near Death Experiences

A travel blog entry by sbarnett

... back to town and booked some tickets on another extreme journey - 18 hours on a bus that night to a small town called Junin de los Andes, further south. After an afternoon spent lazing in the park after all our adventures, we climbed aboard the bus that ...

Who needs tour buses when you´ve got Igi LLaima?, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Who needs tour buses when you´ve got Igi LLaima?

A travel blog entry by nathan.frisch

... 's a little much sometimes. We found a cheap international bus that would take us through 1, 2, 3 National parks, both in Chile and Argentina, as well as over one of the more scenic and tranquil border crossings of the Andes for a fraction of the price a ...

The summary of Chile, Barlioche, Chile travel blog

The summary of Chile

A travel blog entry by jamesdouglas

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... to move and made the wonderful decision to head to Barlioche. Barlioche is a little mountain village on the Argentinian side of the Andes. It doubles as a ski-resort in the winter and, much like the rest of the world, the prices reflect this. The ...

Day trip, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Day trip

A travel blog entry by charaluta

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Tried, unsuccessfully to flag down a bus to Junin so had to stomp all the way back to the bus station.  Should have taken that as a sign.  Caught a few glimpses of the amazing volcano Lanin from the bus but that was about the highlight of the ...

our best four-legs patagonian friends:-), Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

our best four-legs patagonian friends:-)

A travel blog entry by mtrm

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český překlad dole / Czech translation below   EN: In Junin de los Andes we had just one day stop before our next travel to Pucón, Chile. Close to Junin lies national park Lanin, where Araucaria trees are found, strange evergreen ...

Chinquilihuin, Junín de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Chinquilihuin

A travel blog entry by ben_grainger

... daily hikes, to travel north along a beautiful and famous road known as the Seven Lakes Road, through San Martin de los Andes, past the pueblo of Junin, and into the tiny mountain community of Chinquilihuin for the first of our two rural home stays.  ...

Chos Mala to Las Lenas, Chos Mala, Argentina travel blog

Chos Mala to Las Lenas

A travel blog entry by captss955

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The mountain range takes on a purple hue as we enter town in the evening.  We find a cafe and have one of the cheapest meals yet and with the coldest beer.  Not a bad way to end the day. We leave town via a dirt road through back yards, ...

san martins, San martins, Argentina travel blog

san martins

A travel blog entry by ryanmonk

nice town,with good chocalates and homemade ...

Junin De Los Andes, Junin De Los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Junin De Los Andes

A travel blog entry by stubo

Junin De Los Andes as I stated in the previous entry is the point to leave for Lanin. We arived late and pitched our tent illegally by a river. There were thousands of mosquitos but it was a good site with fresh running water. We arived here at ...

Via Christi Park Walk, Junín de los Andes, Argentinian Patagonia, Argentina travel blog

Via Christi Park Walk

A travel blog entry by mattamyhuey

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After a few days in Bariloche we headed north to two other lakes district towns: San Martin de los Andes and Junin de Los Andes. San Martin is about 2 hours north of Bariloche and rather touristy with steak restaurants and chocolate shops. Junin is ...

Junin De Los Andes, Junin De Los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Junin De Los Andes

A travel blog entry by stubo

Back in Junin De Los Andes again. We ate a burger again, walked the 6 blocks to the river again, crossed the obsticle course again, camped again, put down our tent again, climbed over the obsticle course again, walked the 6 bloks again and left again. ...

Trout city, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Trout city

A travel blog entry by simona

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... the bus we wanted to so we decided to head on up to another town rather than stay another day in the rain in San Martin. Junin is the ´trout capital´(thought of you DJ). They have lots of fishing and fish monuments all over the place..strange. We were ...

The beautiful new church at Junin, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

The beautiful new church at Junin

A travel blog entry by bansemer

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... ) on ropes chasing a rhea, another of a group of nuns driving a horse-drawn carriage. This is the only area in Argentina where we have met indigenous people, the Mapuche. Just across the Andes to the west live indigenous Chileans. Somehow they escaped ...

Lanin National Park, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Lanin National Park

A travel blog entry by denisita

... Mapuche settlements. The town has grown tremendously since we were last here 10 years ago, it has become the fly-fishing capital of Argentina. We are camped on the shores of the Chimehuin river, just gorgeous. We should be in Bariloche by the ...

Snowballs again, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Snowballs again

A travel blog entry by bansemer

... Brazilean couple, who were also trying to buy a drink, got talking to us, took pity and offered us a ride back to Junin. Bus tickets notwithstanding, we happily hopped into their car and were back 2 hours earlier than if travelling by bus. We left our ...

Parque Nacional Lanín, Lago Huechulafquen, Argentina travel blog

Parque Nacional Lanín

A travel blog entry by 4gatoslocos

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... que en ella habitan. Pese a las advertencias de su deidad, los jóvenes de la tribu Huaiquimil iniciaron la cacería de los huemules. Tal y como Pillán lo había advertido, el LanÍn empezó a arrojar lava, humo, llamas y cenizas. La ...

Emerging from Ranquilco, Junin de los Andes, Argentina travel blog

Emerging from Ranquilco

A travel blog entry by holasa

... . It is culture shock for us to now have the sounds of ringing cell phones, cars and lights. The small town of Junin de los Andes seems like a bustling metropolis after the last 3 weeks. Junin is actually a sleepy little town, wait till ...

Sur les pentes du volcan Lanin, Puerto Canoa, Argentina travel blog

Sur les pentes du volcan Lanin

A travel blog entry by garion

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... retour. Nous sommes partis du camping de Piedra Mala (altitude : 900 mètres) à 9h. Nous avions environ 4 ou 5 kilomètres de chemin à parcourir avant d'arriver à Puerto Canoa même, au départ de la rando. On l'a fait à un rythme marche forcée, et ...

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