Cabanas el Viejo Marquez
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... to check out some of the trails. After the bike ride, I walked about 500 metres down the road to Cerro Campanario. This was lookout that gave amazing panoramic views of the area and all the lakes and mountains. This area once began as a plain but through plate tectonics is now filled with mountains. I took the chairlift up and walked around for a short while, snapping some pictures. It doesn't require hours to visit if this is something you are choosing to ...
... we wanted to eat at the US-appropriate time of 7:30 and forgoing happy hour.
The next morning, Sam and I took a nice seven mile run around the property and surrounding area…the first good run I'd had since humiliating myself on rollerblades. What a gorgeous area! To break ourselves in to the bike trails, we signed up for a guided bike tour of the Llao Llao campus by Sheila (her anglicized name), who took us on a quick 5 km ride, which Catherine thought ...
... It went round the houses, so to speak, but it didn't take too long to reach the port. We picked up a pizzetta from a small kiosk for lunch and bought a ticket for the catamaran to bring us back from the far end of the peninsula at 4pm, after our walk.
Either side of the peninsula has a bay, Bahia Mansa and Bahia Brava, with amazing color of water. The water was incredibly clear and deep, and if it wasn't for the surrounding snow capped mountains it could ...
... climbers who were trying to ascend the jagged rock. We also made friends with a lovely little black cat who followed us around and was lovely and warm and soft. After letting Hercules pose for some photos, we headed back down, which took 3 hours. We were exhausted with tired feet by the time we got back. We had Mexican food for dinner, with not a potato in sight, and margaritas for about £1.20.
On October 5th we took the bus to Cerro Campanaria where there is a ...
... We visited one of the towns many chocolate restruants, ?. It was huge! With chocolate of every kind available from the store and loads of delicious cakes and coffee in the restaurant, it was heaven! We ate chocolate fondue and had delicious coffees with white chocolate and dulce de leche in them :)
★Lessons learnt★●The supermarkets here do not provide carrier bags, we found this out the hard way!●Double check how ...