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Travel Blogs from Villa La Angostura
... snowboarding again. I lost out group when I stopped to adjust my bindings. I played around for the next hour or so until the lifts closed and made my way back to the hostel by bus. I met up with the guys afterwards for a few beers.
Sat 21st June, Today was pretty uneventful I spelt in and finally decided to get up and have a walk around the city. Chocolate shops everywhere! I got my bus ticket to Puerto Madryn for the next day. $700 ...
... back (meaning all those on the left paddle backwards and those on the right paddle forward), right back ( same as left back but in reverse) & centre - meaning get off the side of the boat and sit in the middle. There were then 2 other commands which I can't remember what they were called but basically, everyone on the right move left and then everyone on the left move right - this was to help stop us flipping over! Our tour company had 2 boats going out and ...
... village, all buildings made with wood and stone. It's really beautiful and full of...chocolate shops, restaurants," parrrrrixxxas " or restaurants specialized in grilled meat and fish, fishing stores and ahumaderos (places where they smoke trout).
The days we have spent here, we have tried to organize ourselves to go fishing but we have not been successful. All the fishing guides were ...
Leaving Pucon quite early we continued to enjoy stunning scenery as we left the Chilean Lake District. After an hour it was time for another border crossing back into Argentina, fortunately this time it was much quicker. Once again the border was set amongst snow capped mountains and this time, a volcano. Truly a picture postcard.
Continuing through the Argentinian Lake District we stopped for lunch by a lake before making lots of photo stops to break up ...
... hiking in the area yet so we decided to spend our last day hiking up one of the paths that lead up the mountain, Cerro Catedral, where snow boarding and skiing takes place in winter. We took the bus up to the start of the ski lifts and walked from there. At the start of the walk we met a German traveling on his own and had a very good route plotted out on a map that he was going to do so we ended up just joining him. The route took us high up the mountain for some great views ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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