Las Marias Del Nahuel
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- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... were interested in taking an archery lesson, which turned out to be one of our favorite activities. In Kyoto's archery lesson, there was an hour of instruction, heavy on ceremony and process that the Japanese perfect in all of their endeavors, and we shot about 3 arrows each. In stark contrast, at Llao Llao, our teacher explained where to put the arrow on the bow, how to pull the string back to your face before shooting, and then said "go." All 7 of the students in our ...
... Villa La Angostura, which is essentially a mini version of Bariloche. To achieve this we had to go back onto Ruta 40, which sent shivers down our spines... The campsite was a cut above previous ones so we decided to stay two nights and explore the Arrayane National Park for a full day.
We woke up to the unusual sound of rain on the roof of the van - the first for over two weeks. Just as unusual was us both getting on our bikes and heading down to the Arrayane Park on ...
... room. Siena managed to sleep walk into the neighbors room which was occupied by 4 Korean men in their early 50's. When I came too and realized our door was open I hunted her down to find her next door peeing with the lights on and the bathroom door wide open. Luckily they only spoke Korean so we didn't have to explain our sleep walking daughter.
The next morning we were off to the bus stop and headed out ...
... of snow at this time of year) but to hike up the mountain. We ate some snacks at the bottom and then headed up, which took 3.5 hours. The walk started in grass and mud, then on to forest and dead scorched trees. Then, the forest got thicker with rivers and waterfalls to cross. The last part was very steep, following a river up to snow, which was very hard for us to walk on and we slid all over the place! Finally we reached the tiny refugio, where we ate our lunch and watched ...
Bariloche sits next to a lake surrounded by mountains on three sides. I promise I'll stop introducing new towns like this soon, but in the Chilean and Argentine lake district it's kind of hard not to.
Despite the similar surroundings, the cultural differences to Chile are immediately obvious. On the last boat I took to get here, there were suddenly half a dozen people drinking maté, a kind of herbal tea drunk from a gourd through a metal straw. The main street is ...