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... We waited in an "office" building as her gaucho Luka drove the horses down from the furthest pasture. After a short while, we heard the thundering of hooves, and out of a cloud of dust emerged a herd of horses, followed by Luka riding bareback on a 2 year old horse. He treated it as if it were no big deal, and nimbly hopped off to saddle up our horses and get us shipped out. Although the ride started a little late, who was looking at their watch? We were surrounded by grazing ...
... some rock pinnacles and alpine meadows, but keep the beautiful mountains and forests. Our high point in Patagonia so far had been 918 metres - a height which the Peruvian Andes and Bolivian altiplano would have scoffed at - but the climbs here are constant, short and very sharp. Our Lonely Planet had been right about the aching beauty of Villa Traful; it also commented that half the fun of getting there from Bariloche (we were doing this in reverse) was the 80km journey. Just ...
... Apprently I was about a month early to see the Orcas beach themselves as they come ashore to get Seals and wiggle thier way back to see, that would have been boss!
My plan was to then go the next day to Barlioche, WAS being the operative word, but finally my disorganisation got the better of me, and after initially being told I could have a seat ultimately, to get mt life together and come back the next day, so, I was stuck another day in PM, and to rub salt in my hostel had ...
... since.I am here in the low season,Autumn but the rest of the year it is a buzz with visitors,parading down Mitre Street the main shopping promenade,buying chocolates from the 30 or so different chocolate shops.Locals and tourists alike can be seen sipping fresh cocoa at cafe style tables as an after work relaxer.The town also has a ski resort,an 18 hole golf course,trekking and mountaineering tourism.The big draw is the lake and the volcano which dominate the towns ...
... the others were Argentinian, the guides do speak good English though. It was and hour and half to 2 hour journey to the starting point of the rafting. Firstly along Ruta 40 road winding up thru the mountains and then onto a gravel road for about 45 mins thru beautiful countryside. We finally arrived at a campsite with a little restaurant and were given a simple late breakfast of bread, jam and tea, which was included in the price. We were also able to order lunch ...