Estancia Peuma Hue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... with shooting at a single target about 20 yards away. Over and over without any further interference. Fun! Once everyone had shot their 5 arrows, we went to the target, retrieved 5 each, and started the process over again. We practiced this way for about 10 different rounds. Sam and Sam Jackson each burst the bulls eye balloon during separate rounds, and I hit the bulls eye a few times too. Catherine did well too, considering it was her first time with bow and ...
... Argentinian went off at a quick pace and after making it to the top of the next section and getting a photo of himself with the bike, the dude then jumped on the bike and started flying down the hill, disappearing out of sight. Thankfully Steve caught up with him before getting too concerned about the bike getting nicked or wrecked... but they'd gone far enough to lose Angela and there were still a number of ascents and descents that our Argentinian friend insisted on tackling ...
... and sat there for a while to enjoy the view. David declared himself the happiest been on the trip and so to celebrate we bought more strudel, 3 more empanadas, another hot chocolate and a glass of red wine. We sat there for an hour or so and enjoyed them, taking in the view. Then we took the chairlift down and then the bus to Llao Llao, where there is a huge posh hotel. We didn't go to the hotel but went down to the adjacent harbour and then walked the Circuito Chico, ...
... with shops selling outdoor adventure gear and chocolatiers. Combine this with the nearby ski resorts and mountainous setting, and you'd be forgiven for thinking this was somewhere in the Swiss alps.
It's the start of the peak ski season in Bariloche, and the hostel I'm in is comfortably crowded, mostly with other backpackers although Bariloche is a popular destination for high school students' end of year celebrations, too. There's just one communal ...
The journey between Chile and Argentina was nothing short of spectacular, on all sides were mountains and volcanoes that were covered with snow to the peaks. The roads were narrow, windy and hilly with switchbacks, the bus needed to keep in radio contact with other traffic in order to meet. The rivers only had a one lane bridge over them without guard rails and the average speed was about 25km/hr. The boats were very nice ...