Charming - Luxury Lodge & Private Spa
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27 December 2014
It's time for white water rafting. This will happen in Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi this is the oldest and biggest park of Argentinia. On the border of this NP there is the Manso River wih rappids up to level 4. The highest level you can have with rafting is level 5 like I had in Zimbabwe on the Zambezi River with its "boiling water spots". It's a long drive to come to ...
As a group we were all pretty tired today. Josh got the idea he was gonna make pancakes and he searchedthe whole city for syrup, but could not find any. Making pancakes was going to be our mission for the next few days. For the rest of the day we basically hung around the hostel. I decided I needed to get my own empanadas today just to try them. There was one with eggplant it was good, but don't totally understand backpackers love for them. Nathan asked me ...
... the Romans clearly did reach Argentina) to Tacul and then up Cerrito (little mountain) Llao Llao. Well it may be a 'cerrito' to the guide books but I arrive at the summit exhausted and in the proverbial muck sweat. If I'm this knackered in the foothills, without a rucksack, I'm not sure how on earth I will cope with the real mountain trekking of Torres del Paine. The path to the summit twists and turns on itself like ...
... català perquè havia viscut a la Cerdanya, em sembla que havia fet de monitora de esquí.
Arriba la grua amb el cotxe i tot el que vàrem deixar a dintre, per sort. Però veiem que el davant del cotx estava fatal: no hi havia el para-xocs, el radiador estava xafat i l’oli vessava. Fatal. Per mala sort, aquesta potser és la primera vegada a la vida que no havíem pagat el lloguer del cotxe amb la targeta de ...
... maybe tomorrow the flavours will start showing and they can organize the picking. It was immediately apparent by the blast of alcohol to the nose and eyes that 2011 must have been such a year for the Del Fin Del Mundo team. So wait they did and the result was a more alcoholic wine (good for the alcoholics but no for pinotphiles) than they would have preferred. The colour was a bit washed out too. Eminently drinkable but no stand out. 83 ...