Rio Hermoso Hotel de Montana
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... after leaving the town, allowing us to diverge from the set hike and wander off around the lake. Had it of been trekking season, we could have walked along this trail for 3-4 days and ended up in Chile. But the feeling of being surrounded by towering pine trees in cold weather, wandering through the woods, was enough for me. It was beautiful to get back to nature and I couldn't wait to finally delve in Patagonia to do more of the ...
... Občas máme obavy, zda se dotyčná čtyřnohá bytost bude schopna sama vrátit, odkud přišla. Nejednou jsme se museli vracet se psem zpět, neboť jsme cítili, že to už sám nezvládne.
Celý zbytek dne jsme strávili prohlídkou města a krásnou procházkou za město do lesa, kde se nacházel park s křížovou cestou. Občas se stává, že knižní průvodce Lonely planet, kterého ...
... beef, with spices, onion, boiled egg and olives. We stayed up a little while chatting to a lovely American couple (now living in sunny Baja, Mexico) who were traveling around Argentina for a a few months. It´s been inspiring meeting people like Bobby and Marva, still enjoying life to the full... and still staying in hostels in their sixties. They had a suitable surname too... ´Dance´... just brilliant! All in all we had a lovely evening. We headed to ...
... their own organic beer. We drank honey beer, raspberry beer, cherry beer.. it was nice. Although not really like beer.. some things just shouldnt be messed with!!
The next day the 4 of us decided to head off for an overnight hike, which entailed reaching a refugio in the mountains and staying overnight then heading back. We set off at lunchtime the next day (we were all very relaxed about this hiking malarky) equipt with food and sleeping ...
... called in on cue from stage right. This really is stunning, and has us stopping the bikes and reaching for our cameras every 10 kilometres. Emerald green glacial lakes dot the park, and a brisk wind knits up lines of white caps for them to wear. Park entrance is a model for the rest of the world. A ranger comes up and talks to us, telling us what to get, where to go and advising us of any recent hazards. Our plan to see Las Torres up close come asunder, as the storms last ...