Hosteria Valle Frio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... fond of the many hours I’ve spent sitting around and chatting with people while passing a hot gourd of mate.) What is more, I've rubbed elbows with members of all classes here, and while it is indeed common to hear slogans and talking points amassed from the papers and news networks while shooting the breeze, there is no shortage of people who actually do their homework and look for truth outside of the mainstream, the very last place it will ever be found. ...
... off the zodiacs was sometimes as easy as stepping onto ice, as here, or as interesting as sliding off into six or eight inches of water. Glad I had my boots and Goretex pants!
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... 360 degree views of the water and the mountains. On the way
up to the top the guide showed us the Aboriginal midden. The people who used to
live here were amazing. In this harsh climate they spent most of their time
nude and rubbed their bodies with seal and whale blubber to keep warm and
sailed in bark canoes that had a fire burning in them. We were served tea, hot
chocolate, biscuits and near the end of ...
... to make sate sause in
a hostel will be a great challenge.
Beside of that we had
already to say “Good Bye” to some of our hostel friends but
internet is a good way to keep in touch and they living in Germany
near Frankfurt so we will catch up with them when we are back in
So tomorrow we are going
on tour by car with two Argentinian guys we met here.
... and in
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is a new colony, the first arrivals coming only about 20 years ago. The 30 odd
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