- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... time together either on the Chapelco Mountain where no other skiers ventured, at the very top, the way back or hidden amongst the trees. To spice things up even more, they rented back country skis and gear to hike up Volcano Lanín one day. With their guide, Luis, they climbed for a good six hours, successfully avoiding avalanches and crevasses as they ascended to the highest point from where they could ski down the fresh powder and call it a day. Our week with Eric, the only ...
... our way along the mountain roads, looking out at exactly what we imagined Patagonia to be.
We spent the afternoon in and around San Martin and had a really nice celebratory meal of cheese fondue and venison (celebrating what? Hmm, maybe for suriving the day before, maybe for surviving two weeks in the Patagonian wilderness with no major problems, but maybe because it was the last hurrah of a thouroughly enjoyable two ...
... digusting the whole thing was, trying to forget about the fact that pooh particles were floating around me as I played with Escondido and pushed him further into my skin (why is it that we do that to splinters?) . As I watched squid swat flies as the came to swarm around the new smelly friend they had found, I thought about the following: who can take a dump on such an incline? Those are skills right there!
Okay, so back to the roadtrip. We listened to a bunch of ...
... why. In places where the ash had been bulldozed from the road it must have been 10 to 15 foot high and all along the side of the road it was probably 6 inches deep. Luckily (?) for us the torrential rain kept the ash damped down and lack of visibility due to ash clouds was the least of our worries! I’m sure the route must be spectacular if you could see anything - every now and again we’d get a tantalising glimpse of mountains and turquoise water but ...
... 15km of descent to the bottom of a valley where the wind is calm and we find camping spots next to a wide river. Wow, just like the woman said! We are impressed by how accurate her information was – a rarity to come across someone with accurate directions! We find a spot under some trees, next to the water and start pitching the tent at 8:15pm. We can’t believe that we only have 30km left to Junin de los Andes– our perseverance ...