La Raclette Hosteria y Restaurant
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... We bought bus tickets for tomorrow to take us to Villa La Angostura, a small town just a couple of hours away.
We stopped in at Corazon Contento, a small cafe, that had what seemed like millions of empanadas and tartas piled up in the shop front. It was busy too which suggested that it was quality food so we decided to join the crowd and grabbed the last available table. The empanadas looked good but not quite as good as the tartas, they were similar to a quiche but with ...
... It was hammering down with rain and the wind was crazy. There was even some sleet. We half managed to get the tent down during the rain and like true English people we managed to make a cup of tea in the rain. The locals gave us a lift across the lake and we then hiked 3km back to Puerto Canoa in the rain. The problems we faced were the crazy weather meant there was unlikely to be any tourists in the park and therefore we couldn’t hitch ...
... with the Kuhlman's son who tried to teach me how to tie flies and fish for the trophy trout that were (and still are) abundant in Lago Traful. OK so much for the trip down memory lane. We drove down to the Lake and had a picnic lunch and did some birding with Mary adding 9 new species to her life list. After lunch we headed down the road to SMA and walked around the tiny village (about 6 X 2 blocks of ...
... The place was old and creaky, with low water pressure and
noisy shutters, but it did have decent wi-fi and a real bed. So we happily
stayed the night. The only real problem was when we came back from dinner, Val
was missing from the room.
The only door was locked and I started to panic and raced
through the hosteria looking for her. Eventually, we found her on a balcony
across a steep roof. She ...
... a cool box and that was all we needed. Most mornings we loaded up the car and some ham, cheese and local fruit and freshly baked bread bought in the morning en route were perfect for lunch. The summer fruit is just coming into season and we had perfect tiny raspberries bursting with flavour and juicy, sweet melons and nectarines. David fished while I walked and ...