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... block to our hotel that Carlee and Andy had sorted out. We quickly checked in at La Posta del Cazador, which was built in a hunting lodge style and were given a nice room on the first floor with a lake view.
Everyone was starving and we took a walk up Avenida San Martin to El Regional restaurant, which was recommended by our hotel. It had really nice decor with the focus being on the two huge chandeliers made from deer ...
... even in the down season, the town only really catered for the wealthy. The few youth hostels there charged an arm and a ski baring leg for a dorm bed. Luckily as we wandered around feeling hopeless and looking like packhorses with all our gear, a car pulled up beside us. Out jumped Mario, and old widowed man, who offered us a room at his B&B for a reasonable price. We were relieved and went for it. His cosy wooden home ...
... hike. A lady at a tourist agency told me yesterday that it was about a 12 k circuit but seemed slightly wary when I suggested that I could do it on foot and skip the bicycle. After and hour or so of hiking uphill I saw a sign that indicated that San Martín, the town, was another 16 k away!! I must have hiked 25 k in total because I took a quick 2 k detour to the Catitre beach. Needless to say I am now a bit ...
... arrive. It was 1am. But when a disheartened Ben finally got to play his set, most of his audience had already gone to other clubs, so Dora and I made up for them on the dance floor. Javier took us to some other clubs where at 6am they were still letting people in, one-in one-out. We made our way homewards wondering if Santa still leaves a stocking if you're out partying? The answer seems to be 'no’.
Christmas Day was subdued. Lacking ...
30 November After a lovely swim and breakfast, we got picked up by our cycling guide and headed out of town. It was a bit of s dusty road and we seemed along way out of town when we stopped and knew we had to cycle all the way back to town. We headed off the four of us, mum dad me and our Argentinan guide Solay. She was really nice. We started along a fire trail which dropped into a lush forrest. We were heading down hill and ended up at aa beautiful stone beach on ...