Patanuk Lake Hostel
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... Our landlords to be, Ivanna and Harry, offered to store the bag for us until we returned to the apartment we rented from them in July for our last skiing/snowboarding adventure on this year-long voyage.
Feeling refreshed after having taken full advantage of the Green House's hot showers and clean laundry, we headed northward along the infamous Ruta de Los Siete Lagos, a road that winds its way through dense pine forests, towering snowcapped mountains ...
... from the international arrivals area to Terminal C with my luggage (terrible lack of customer service). Now I’m being told to stand in a line to recheck my bag?!!
I let my feelings be known to the agent, questioning how AA does not have a recheck desk in the international arrivals hall. She seemed somewhat sympathetic to my grievance, but responded, “This is the system we have.” I wanted to scream at the top of my lungs.
... then a few times he got us turned in the wrong direction, and our guide says, "your captain is having trouble with the rudder," and I thought, No Kidding! And I swear the guide was tellling him to help paddle a few times. So anyway, my arms got their workout today! But my useless partner aside, it was a really fun trip. The scenery was beautiful: turquoise late, snowy mountains, blue sky. This is the vision of the Lakes District that I signed up ...
... fieldwork with Paty knowing that I was studying volcanic erruptions around Lagoona Maule. Thats pretty much it. So when I saw the spades and trowls I was a little curious.
It took a day to get from Malague to a place called Las Loicas close to the border with Chile. We stayed here the night before meeting with our Baciano *the horse packer and carer* Edmundo, who packed all of our bags on to three mules. Very expertly I might add, this was not an easy task.
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... near where the volcano erupted in 2011 and it covered the whole area in ash and the town which revolves around the tourist industry had no planes come for 7 months, imagine what that would do for your economy !!!After our third boat ride we hooked up with our Chilean guide "Alex" and we were off passing some beautiful green countryside with a massive lake on the right . We stopped by some rapids in the river which were really fantastic as the water colour was ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPatanuk Lake Hostel San Carlos de Bariloche
This hostel is a good value for its price. It has a beautiful lake view from the common room and the staff is super friendly.
We found that it had little kitchen facilities and there only was one shower and toilet on the second floor, which could get crowded in high season. Apart from that, we would definitely recommand this nice and clean hostel, well located in Bariloche.
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