Travel Blogs from Malargue, Argentina

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In and out of Malargue in 24 hours, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

In and out of Malargue in 24 hours

A travel blog entry by nomadic-brands

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... people started to stir. The problems of being a light sleeper!! Anyway, just as we were about to leave this deserted hostel in Malargue the door opened and a lady appeared, inviting us in. We had to wait for 10 minutes before she would deal with us, ...

Dropping In, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Dropping In

A travel blog entry by pidgeandpie

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Boards, white fluffy stuff, heaven in June!!, Las Lenas, Argentina travel blog

Boards, white fluffy stuff, heaven in June!!

A travel blog entry by pidgeandpie

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Blurb, photos and video to follow of our day snowboarding during the Summer ...

Malargue and Parque National Payunia, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Malargue and Parque National Payunia

A travel blog entry by cat3

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... on Friday. So we were back on the bus, but had to endure Nanny Mc Phee on the way. 7hrs later we arrived in Malargue, a small town that acts as a staging post for tours to the surrounding mountains and national parks. This place is ...

Volcanoes, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Volcanoes

A travel blog entry by frankandamanda

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... watching. The provincial park south of town has the highest concentration of volcanic cones in the world. Fortunately for Malargue, all of the volcanos are currently inactive. The landscapes were surreal. Volcanic cones surrounded by black, red and ...

Malargue, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Malargue

A travel blog entry by rayandgill

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... surprise" tour of the inside of the "KAK" bus maintenance depot in San Rafael, we eventually arrived at our destination, Malargue Hostel Internacional, at 01:00 hrs. The hostel is situated about 5km from the town centre, amongst cultivated fields, ...

Skiing in Argentina: bliss, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Skiing in Argentina: bliss

A travel blog entry by colleensouness

... would be staying another night just to recuperate!).  So Marlague/Las Lenas was definitely a winner, and i would return to Argentina to ski without a doubt!   Argentina is in a big panic about swine flu - fifty people have died ...

el campo, Malargüe, Argentina travel blog

el campo

A travel blog entry by cmj

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... me tired, a bit sore, and with lots of laundry to wash. I'm taking a couple of days R&R. But on Saturday my friend Dan has an apartment at Las Leñas where he's offered me a reasonable price for a bed. One more week at Argentina's winter ...

snow fashion, Las Leñas, Argentina travel blog

snow fashion

A travel blog entry by cmj

I'm in Las Leñas and the snow is dumping down on us. Would you believe I'm disappointed? With the Argentine work ethic, more snow just means the lifts will be shut, maybe for days. And the flat light from the cloud cover makes it treacherous riding. ...

Sun on Mars, Las Leñas, Argentina travel blog

Sun on Mars

A travel blog entry by cmj

Marte means Mars in Spanish. Someone knew what they were talking about when they named the teetering, nearly vertical lift that ascends to the crown of the Las Leñas ski resort. The red rocky peak resembles how I would picture Mars after an imported ...

check up, Malargüe, Argentina travel blog

check up

A travel blog entry by cmj

On my way out of Las Leñas, I made a quick detour to check up on a new friend. Julie had a scary tumble on Wednesday, and she's recovering in the Malargüe hospital. I wasn't with her when it happened, but the way she described her slide down the peak ...

Malargue, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Malargue

A travel blog entry by jonandfinola

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Another good day, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Another good day

A travel blog entry by adventurescot

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Today as per usual was another magnificent day on the roads of Argentina. Our hotel in Zapala was more like a old ghost set of cells from the 1920s. There was next to no lighting along the corridors and everything was simply painted black or in old wood, ...

What a Malarkey, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

What a Malarkey

A travel blog entry by ddgfraser

Nice town, start Easter Week celebrations, ...

Mallit mäessä, Las Leñas, Argentina travel blog

Mallit mäessä

A travel blog entry by simonandsari

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Tarkoituksena on tehdä päiväretki joko Santiagosta tai Mendozasta käsin johonkin lähistöllä olevaan hiihtokeskukseen. Sitten osallistumme Sastre Burgos:in viininmaistajaisiin. Myyjän mielestä ainoa oikea hiihtokeskus on Las Leñas. On ...

Volcanoes Galore!, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Volcanoes Galore!

A travel blog entry by sara_minx

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... ;     An overnight 15 hr bus journey plus a short one took me to the dusty & windy town of Malargue, where I visited an observatory dedicated to finding cosmic rays(!).The next day I did a 10hr tour of Payuni National Park, which ...

South! to San Martin (and others) via Malargue!, Malarque, Argentina travel blog

South! to San Martin (and others) via Malargue!

A travel blog entry by jathomaz

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I arose at 4:30AM to catch bus to Maralgue, Argentina-there´s not much there, just a pitstop.  The trip was Ok.  When I arrived, I saw a sign in the bus station that advertised a bus stright to the south to Zapala, located on ...

Spring Skiing, Las Leñas, Argentina travel blog

Spring Skiing

A travel blog entry by barrowmw

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After leaving Mendoza, we decided to head up to Las Leñas for some spring skiing. Las Leñas is a ski town nestled in the Las Leñas valley in the Andes. It is spring here, and the ski season is ending, but Megan and I got pretty lucky and had a great ...

Malargue / Las Leñas, Malargue / Las Leñas, Argentina travel blog

Malargue / Las Leñas

A travel blog entry by noosh20

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Mellow Melargue, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Mellow Melargue

A travel blog entry by slowloris

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... could really start to relax and get into a proper holiday mood. Even Mendoza, though quite a smallish town for Argentina, was a big big and rushed for us, but Malargue is a much smaller place that is easy to wander around in an hour or so. The bus ...

El Finale, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

El Finale

A travel blog entry by sanza

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... mate Joe and I left the mighty Argentine city of Buenos Aires 11days ago after waiting for a week for ny non existant moto (Argentina will not let forgieners buy theM) and for Joes to get fixed. Never the less following our current moto ¨where there is ...

The smaller the town, the nicer the people, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

The smaller the town, the nicer the people

A travel blog entry by sophia

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... up. Ah. Next morning we were woken up at noon by our tour guide, Flavio. He was this fantastically content Argentinean from Malargue who just recently had a little girl with his wife from Chicago. We were taken in a large land rover to a beautiful ...

Exiting the land of communication, El  Huecu and El Cholar, Argentina travel blog

Exiting the land of communication

A travel blog entry by holasa

We are going to back track a little and stick a pin in the map to hopefull tell where we were at Estancia Ranquilco Hoping this works Theresa and ...

Mendoza to Malargüe, Malargüe, Argentina travel blog

Mendoza to Malargüe

A travel blog entry by mirntat

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This morning we enjoyed the great croissants in the Hotel Aconcaqua, a change from the baaad breakfast we had in so many other hotels. We took off at 10.30 under a cloudy sky but it soon cleared as we rolled out of town and the sun stayed with us all ...

Sarah: Malargue, Argentina - Witches and gauchos!, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Sarah: Malargue, Argentina - Witches and gauchos!

A travel blog entry by couplakiwis

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... day travelling.  I was preparing myself for having dinner about 9:30 or 10 o´clock (they have dinner very late here in Argentina). It means I´m pretty hungry by then! Anyway, due to our late departure, we didn´t end up getting our airplane meal ...

malargua, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

malargua

A travel blog entry by lior77

... ,and no where to rent bikes, so tomorrow i will continue to the next city, and im starting to head to the north east of argentina, afterwards i will go for a while to brazil. this town i am now in has almost no tourist, i think yesterday i met the 3 ...

lA CIUDAD DE LOS VOLCANES, MALAGUE, Argentina travel blog

lA CIUDAD DE LOS VOLCANES

A travel blog entry by jessbambina

De vuelta a empezar...solita de nuevo como el 11F, EXPECTACIÓN!!!! Q nuevo Albert, Laura...o demás "solito" encontraré en el ...

Videki punnyadtsag es fekete sivatag, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Videki punnyadtsag es fekete sivatag

A travel blog entry by izabellcs

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... 2 es fel orat utaztam ide San Rafaelbol Delre tartva, a 40es uton, ami Eszaktol Delig tobb mint 5000 km hosszu. Malargue kornyeken talalhato az a terulet, ahol a vilagon egyedulalloan sok vulkan tomorul, tobb mint 800!! Tobb helyi latnivalo kozul a ...

Bus from hell, snow from heaven, Las Leñas, Argentina travel blog

Bus from hell, snow from heaven

A travel blog entry by sauso

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I must say the bus company is lucky i had an awsome time at Las leñas otherwise i'd be ready for a few mass murder sessions. It all started with the idiot chicas at the information booth telling us the bus was at 6pm when really it was at 11pm. we ...

Darth Vader and an armadillo, Malargue, Argentina travel blog

Darth Vader and an armadillo

A travel blog entry by paul_lucy

Photos: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=39458&l=7d69f&id=551865803 Wed 13 Feb We´ve decided to head to Malargue for a trip to see the Payunia Reserve as we could not get onto the Laguna Diamente trip. It´s about a 2 hour trip ...

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