Penon Del Lago Lodge & Resort
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... with shooting at a single target about 20 yards away. Over and over without any further interference. Fun! Once everyone had shot their 5 arrows, we went to the target, retrieved 5 each, and started the process over again. We practiced this way for about 10 different rounds. Sam and Sam Jackson each burst the bulls eye balloon during separate rounds, and I hit the bulls eye a few times too. Catherine did well too, considering it was her first time with bow and ...
... 75! (2015)
Since we just came from Chile it is easy to spot differences. As we said earlier Chile is on a safety movement and it seems successful. Cars didn't run red lights, respected pedestrians when they were turning.
Nick thought he could use the same tactics here. Cross street and look at cars that are wanting to turn --- No! Do not even try. They will not stop for pedestrians crossing.
Another 16 hour bus ride loomed ahead from Puerto Madryn, but I had booked with a company called Don Otto, who turned out to be great. I had a seat that almost fully reclined, a glass of wine with my hot dinner, blankets and pillows too. I initially had two seats to myself, but during the night the 'waiter' slept beside me, which was fine. I slept really well and got to Bariloche at 11am the next morning, as refreshed as you ...
... climbers who were trying to ascend the jagged rock. We also made friends with a lovely little black cat who followed us around and was lovely and warm and soft. After letting Hercules pose for some photos, we headed back down, which took 3 hours. We were exhausted with tired feet by the time we got back. We had Mexican food for dinner, with not a potato in sight, and margaritas for about £1.20.
On October 5th we took the bus to Cerro Campanaria where there is a ...
... fares are and keep the bus cards topped up, again, we learnt the hard way although its not uncommon for people to borrow cards in exchange for cash on the bus and the locals are used to it. Luckily, as we had to use our best 'spanglish' to negotiate this at Llao Llao.●Just because a bus stop is marked on the map, does not mean that all buses will stop there, seems obvious now but when we were hungover we wasted nearly an hour sat at the wrong bus ...