Arrebol Patagonia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... ahead we spot them, rough and swirling around large boulders and fallen trees. A few times we are told to get down in the brace position as huge waves crash over us. Pure exhilaration!
Our group consists of two dinghys and one double kayak which covers a couple from the UK. It was this coupls a few Rapids ahead that lost control and ended up in the water and fast being swept away. The woman managed to get back to the kayak with the help ...
... de las Rosas' (the city of roses).
Roses shrubs are everywhere in this city. Sergio tells us that from midnight to 6am, roses are free (20% !!). Our first stop was the 'Iglesia Sagrado Corazon de Jesus' - the picture perfect, postcard-worthy vista of this church (my key blog photo) was what drew me to this country (along with the Patagonia). It was modelled after the 'Marienkirche' Church in the Black Forest of Germany. Up close, ...
... of trying to be sold one. We also got the information on what was best to do in the area.
We went in by the supermarket to get some snacks and some breakfast for tomorrow. Instead of walking straight back to the hostel we took a walk along the lake shore to get the view of the volcanoes. There was a bar/restaurant we wanted to go to, but it didn't open till 7pm. We decided to take our shopping back to hostel, book accommodation in Castro (which was surprisingly busy ...
... the weather here was also not in our favour, though it gave us the opportunity to test out our gear, as we hiked through wind, rain, hail and low lying clouds. Occasionally an even stronger wind would clear the clouds so we could see a bit of the volcano, landscape and Lago Todos Los Santos below. We were lucky as the wind was largely at our back but we have decided to buy some dish washing rubber gloves to take ...
... The region has strong German influences with beer houses and churches straight out of Bavaria. The history books suggest that the large influx of Germans in the late 1800s arose due to a real need for European people to settle in the area and develop the region. There was an additional wave of emigration in the mid 1900s with the more controversial explanation that these people were Nazis looking to escape punishment for their crimes. Even many Germans we ...