Address: Malargue, Province of Mendoza, Cuyo, Argentina | Lodge
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A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 06, 2014

3 photos

... a domestic telescope in the grounds and inviting the public in for a gander – I think I’ll give it a miss!

Internet leads on possible other ways to skip town were a tease – the pass to Talca in Chile is not open in winter and the Cata service to Barrancas was recently shortened and now goes to a tin pot town with no transport out except on a Thursday when you only have to wait 4 hours, 3am to 7am on the street as there is no ...

Dustville Argentina

A travel blog entry by skill77 on Sep 15, 2011

17 photos

... a complete front flip and then almost breaking my leg due to the bindings being wound up super tight. Overall, some rather average skiing but a really amazing experience.

The highlight of the following day was Ireland beating Australia in the world cup followed by our first Asado (BBQ) with the local people who worked at the hostel. A massive flank of beef was covered in 2 pints of milk and all kinds of seasoning. There was also ...

Another good day

A travel blog entry by adventurescot on Apr 05, 2011

11 photos

... flew along this wonderful road and passed the others then stopped at the top of a high mountain pass and caught the rest of them on camera on their bikes passing through the valley.

From then on the scenery along this route was just so magical that I was stopping every 5 minutes just to take photos.

But just like all good things come to an end so did the tarred road and soon we were onto good old rough bumpy Argentinean stony road again. The ...

Day 20

A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jan 19, 2011

1 comment, 10 photos

... arrangement. We re-assembled, tested and this time it held.

Back to the hosteria and seeing if we could find a ride for Claudio back to his bike. We waited for awhile, but no one showed up and so we reconciled ourselves to plan B, which was for me to ride Claudio back to his bike on the back of mine. It would be a slow trip with him having to carry the rear wheel, but with no apparent rides we had no choice. Fortunately, one of the people that had been staying at ...

Day 19

A travel blog entry by fbenz on Jan 18, 2011

2 comments, 12 photos

... in the topography. Within a few Kilometers, we found ourselves climbing through some of the most spectacular scenery we'd seen on the trip thus far. As it turned out we were headed up the Volcano El Tramen. On our way came across a dwelling referred to as a "Posta". Posta's can be found throughout the mountains in this part of Argentina and they are shelters that are occupied seasonally by the men responsible for the herds of sheep that graze nearby and in some ...