Estancia Peuma Hue
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... chasing balls around the court. Thankfully, the court is well off to the side of the main grounds of the resort, so no one could see our staggeringly bad performance. I blame the wind. On the plus side, we did get better, enough to have a 9 hit rally with each other. Admittedly, there may have been more than one bounce between some of those rallies, but as Sam Jackson said, "Nothing happened!" I may be condoning a propensity to cheat.
We met some more friendly ...
... near Villa la Angostura. It was nice to start off with a cycle track to avoid the crazy traffic although the walkers were oblivious to our bells and the concept of a dedicated cycle lane.
The first 1.5km were primarily up steep steps, which made us question taking the bikes but we went for it anyway. After a few 100m it was getting pretty difficult but thankfully an Argentinian man offered to carry Angela's bike up the next steep section, which of course she accepted. Steve ...
... no, David wanted to walk up the most ridiculously steep hill. It was a very sweaty half hour walk to the top, but it was worth it, the views were stupendous! We had 360 panoramic views of lakes, snow topped mountains and forest. It was stunning. We walked around the top taking hundreds of photos. Once again, David made friends with a cat and a dog and then we went to the cafe, which had big glass windows all around so that we could see the view. We had hot chocolate, strudel ...
Bariloche sits next to a lake surrounded by mountains on three sides. I promise I'll stop introducing new towns like this soon, but in the Chilean and Argentine lake district it's kind of hard not to.
Despite the similar surroundings, the cultural differences to Chile are immediately obvious. On the last boat I took to get here, there were suddenly half a dozen people drinking maté, a kind of herbal tea drunk from a gourd through a metal straw. The main street is ...
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 ...