Cabanas Puerto Arauco
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... another leg, a 60km bus ride to Puerto Varas. Finally arrive in Puerto Varas, which is a lakeside town and the locals are out on the beach swimming! Heaps of them, its quite a warm day and they have beach umbrellas, kayaks and even portable banos on the beach. Its lovely to see all the families out enjoying the summer evening. The bus takes me to Compass del Sur, my hostel, they are all very helpful, and I,m happy to have a shower, head to town for a meal and ...
... surrounding the lake Nahuelhuapi.
There was a sign at the park entrance that dogs were not allowed to be in the park, but a quiltro (street dog) was waiting near the first mirador and started to walk with us. As we continued to walk along the track, the type of trees and bushes kept changing. The dog was still with us an hour later so we thought we should give him a name and Don Pedro seemed appropriate.
We stopped for lunch at the 7km mark where a ...
... I walked around the city to find the other veggie restaurants, but they were closed so I went back to the one I had before. Martin and I went for the 'best ice cream' in Bariloche I got white chocolate and coffee. Both flavours were great. In spirit of thanksgiving Josh, Nathan, Martin and I were gonna make a family dinner (while mainly Martin). We still had no had seen ...
KAYAKING Lake Mascardi Kayaking and camping (2 days / 1 night) in the most beautiful Patagonian lake was a perfect way to spend my birthday! Every part of this trip was amazing, from it being a 'private tour' with just me, Mel, our guide Niko and our support driver Virginia, to the unexpected but amazing weather, asado with us each eating 500g of awesome BBQ meat, red wine, chocolate and of course the ...
... and helped change the tyre, but why it took 7 men to change a tyre I have no idea, but the commoradary between the companies seems good and they all help each other out when needed. We got back to the hostel about 7 pm, knackered but buzzing from a great day. A few beers and chatting to others at the hostel then an early night. Great day and on my top 10 of things that I have done so far. Loved it. I so want to learn how to kayak white water, but maybe not in England - too ...