Hotel Cacique Inacayal
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Fantastic views, large and lovely rooms, nice lounge area and very close to the wonderful town.
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We started the morning with a great talk by Hans Schultz, a local author and teacher of German descent. He discussed the Nazis in Bariloche and Argentina. See below.
After the talk we boarded our bus with Ezekiel and Alex to go to San Ramon Estancia on the Steppe. It is a 62,000 acre ranch. The landscape looked much like Northern Arizona. …
We left at 8:00 AM for San Carlos de Bariloche. Due to Argentine laws, Alex would have to meet us in Argentina. We had Pilar as our director and she was like a standup comedienne. Our first stop was at the Auto Museum Monopulli, a large collection of Studebakers and other old cars on a dairy farm. At the border we hit a lot of snow that had fallen …
Well, after a lot of phone calls and emails by Lockie we still have no idea what time we are being picked up. The hotel actually has us booked in for an extra day but not according to our itinerary so not sure what's going on. We are actually in Patagonia at the minute. It is the southern region of Argentina and Chile not a country. We did finally get picked up and had a half hour bus ride to Puerto ...
... a chair lift up to a lookout point to see the Andes and the lakes in the area. We then did some hiking and stopped at a local brewery for lunch.
After some shopping back in the main town we were surprised to find a Mardi Gras parade going through the center of town. We were able to watch the parade from our dinner ...
... by a safety kayaker, Simon. Essentially it was Simon's job to go down the rapids first and judge the water levels etc.. Aswell as rescue any passengers that fell out. Well I say rescue he would paddle over to anyone overboard and they could hang onto the back or front of his Kayak, or he would give instructions of where to swim to or just stay in the safety position (feet towards downstream) and float down until a safer location to be rescued. So a ...