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Travel Blogs from Villa La Angostura
... bus photos I've taken so far on this trip). Though, honestly today, I'm happy with any form of sitting! Yesterday we walked and climbed and slid along the Circuito Chico trail, that takes you round mountains, lakes and Tolkein-esk forests in the Nahuel Huapi National Park. It was the perfect day, with snow in the morning and sun in the afternoon. We did a little bit of "off-roading" as Pablo (Argentinian Dad 1) knows the park well and knew ...
... be able to do in spite of his knee. With something to ponder we go for dinner.
The soup on the menu of the parilla choose doesn't exist (for a change - d must learn to get over her desire for soup) but the trout ravioli is surprisingly tasty for a meat grill restaurant. The meat doesn't look appetising at all, of course.
WE GO IN SEARCH OF 7 LAKES
Day two and d talks her way into the kitchen to cook porridge in a coffee pot rather than suffering the ...
... camped in a lovely campsite and Gerty was admired by several Argentinians and Chileans. She could end up getting quite big headed if we arn’t careful. It is amazing the number of people that have wanted to look her over and that ask all about her, where she came from and how she got to South America. Whilst camping we started to panic as we think the gas is getting low. Next day we tried to get the cylinder refilled but the European connection ...
We had enough time to visit two of the city’s three attractions, missing only the dinosaur park where huge dino skeletons have been found. The River Limay is this inland town’s substitute for a beach. Neuquen families line the riverbanks sitting in deckchairs and drinking maté while the youths work on their surf-dude postures. We discovered a riverside club where we spent two ...
So, you have probably hear us talk about the proverbial "Bardas" where Irina (and often me, as well) has taken many strolls, and I bet you've been itching for some pseudo-informed babbling about these mysterious lands just north of downtown Neuquén. Well... it's your lucky day!
Tha "Bardas" is a large, sprawling urban park, located at the "top" of the city (the argentinism Barda is a reference to a "top"-- usually the muddy/soft banks of a river valley), in a ...
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