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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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... different pastry. They didn't look particularly big but they were filling, Maria had to give the last bit of hers to David.
After our feed, we walked to Mirador Bandurrias. It was quite a bit of uphill on paths in woods at the edge of the lake. It only too about 45 minutes to reach the lookout and we were rewarded with nice views, despite the clouds, of the lake, the town and the snowy mountains beyond. We met the English couple, Anthony and Chris from yesterday's ...
... The walk of 50km was beyond us in the weather so we had to either bunker down in another camp site nearer the park exit, get lucky that some crazy tourists had driven into park anyway or try and get the rangers to help us out. We hiked to the ranger station where we met the “Bear”, he was in fact a massive dog but we reckon his dad must have been a bear. He was only 11 months and still a puppy but he was massive. He looked a bit like a ...
After declining the offer from my slightly eccentric Belgian roommate of sharing the cost of a rental car with her and some random friend she picked up, I decided to do the Arrayanes circuit in the Parque Nacional Lanín. However, before starting the hike, I had to figure out how I am getting to Buenos Aires by the 24th. I tried to bargain down the cost of the bus ticket by paying in dollars and I did manage to ...
... atop my bed, out the window, slid down a
steep section of tin roof and climbed up another until she reached the 2nd
I had to climb out on the thin roof myself and call her back
in. As she hopped over the wall of the terrace, she tried happily greeting me,
on a steeply sloped roof, while she was sliding down! It took both Joaquin and
myself to push and pull her back into our ...
... it was perfect. He did have one very wet slip which brought home to him how cold the lakes are, being fed by snow-melt from the Andes. After his fall he bought a stick for wading; a lesson learnt.
Driving around the national parks we were again reminded of our travels in Australia when we had to ford running streams. We heard and saw birds including the ...