Hotel Cabanas Arco Iris
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... slopes and a few
remaining slightly snowy ranges. The highlights, the lakes, were mainly hidden
by the dense vegetation but got occasional glimpses of nice beaches &
The driver was motoring like the clappers along the winding
ripio roads and we got there nearly an hour early – just as well as all the
Already in Argentina we had wandered through the most incredible variety of landscapes. We began in the northern deserts streaked with dramatic reds. After a while the Andes beside us began to be snow capped and the lands we stumbled through became green and lush. Farms popped up. Cacti were replaced by oaks. We visited wineries and picnicked in parks. Next thing we knew we were amongst skyscrapers in huge cities. We were two ...
... there we drove about 20 km to some cliffs where Andean condors were known to nest. About 5 km. short of the site we spotted one, and then 3 more catching thermals. They were only about 1.000 feet off the ground, so we got great views of these awesome birds with 10 foot wing spans.
The weather continues to be incredible with sunny skies and highs in the low 70s and overnight lows hovering just above ...
... on the beach, and now I'm further out of town staying with a couple couchsurfing hosts. As usual, its a great experience. I'm here for two nights and then I'll take THE BIG BUS, 22 hours long, overnight to BsAs. What a joy! I guess I should talk a bit about my hostel work in Bariloche, since it is paying for that big bus trip. I spent two weeks sleeping in an attic, working (usually) three - ...
... the effect of the ash as we had read it was the worst affected town. We had stayed there for a few days on a previous visit and it was a pretty little tourist town, with the nickname of 'Le jardin de Patagonia'. What a different place it is now. Apparently, half a metre of ash fell on the town in the initial stage of the eruption and , although the streets have ...