Aldebaran Hotel & Spa
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... eventually forgot about it and went out and had a good night out. Though Harry didn't drink, as he's still feeling sickened by the thought of alcohol after that monster hangover in his last blog.
So following that vastly oversold 'fiasco' surrounding the boat Harry has changed his plans and will be heading to Welsh Patagonia. Puerto Madryn, to see some whales and penguins, Gaiman to have tea in a Welsh tea house. Sadly he is two weeks too late for the Eisteddfod in Trelew. ...
... over the mountains with views of volcano Puntiagudo (2190m) and Orsono (2651m) to the south and volcano Puyehue (2240m) to the north. Orsono has the classic symmetrical snow covered cone shape. The mountains were heavily wooded. On the Chilean side the forests looked dead as the trees are deciduous, over into Argentina the forests were green due to the evergreen cypress pine forests.
The border crossing was interesting and frustrating. We arrived at the Chilean border ...
... a sweet caramel spread loved all over South America) and a cappuccino. From here it was back on the road heading straight to Buenos Aires. On the drive we passed though the country’s best cattle raising area with rich soil and lush grasses. The region yields a huge quantity of beef, wool and wheat for global markets, stamping Argentina on the world’s economic map. We eventually found ourselves on the freeway towards the capital, along with many other vehicles. It was ...