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... were full as a long weekend – hadn’t realised yet again! Finally
settled for an apartment as better value than a double and had food with me to
Still trying to find an LP for Brazil but the bookshop here
didn’t have it but kindly found one online in BA – let’s hope it is still there
when I am!
... site was amazing right on the lake, looking up at the volcano. The camp site was run by a Mapuche family one of the few indigenous groups left in Argentina. They were really friendly and rowed us back across the lake again once we had set out tent up. Another 3km hike back to Puerto Canoa and we just made the 3pm catamaran by 5min. The catamaran spends over 1.5hrs around the lake and we visited 3 different areas. One of them is a really cool area ...
... that time it was being run by a German family who had immigrated to Argentina after WWII. As it turned out, the dad was in the infantry and fought in the Battle of the Bulge. My dad was in US Army infantry 101st division and fought in the battle of the bulge (i.e. these two men could very well have been trying to kill each other in WWII. The only other guests at the lodge over christmas were a French ...
... in the evenings, or afternoon sometimes, and being bored in general. It's not the kind of town to spend two weeks in if you don't have time or money for excursions, kayak rentals or backcountry trekking. But I did go on one hike, spent one day at the beach, and TWO (!!!) nights out on the town! (By two, I mean like three hours one night and thirty minutes another night because I am such ...
... there are still heavy vehicles shifting piles of ash around the outskirts. We stopped in town for lunch and it was deserted; it seems that many businesses have closed and many farmers had to kill animals. I do not know what the future will hold for the town as it was dependent on tourists who are mainly staying away now. It is very sad and we hope it will return ...