Terrazas De Esquel
Travel Blogs from Esquel
It was Chaiten that was destroyed by the Volcanic eruption here in 2008-2010. The whole town was affected and many of the people have relocated. A ´new town´is evolving nearby. Luckily there was no loss of life as a full evacuation could be carried out in time, but it still looked like a grey ghost town and was a good reminder of the forces that are really in charge in this ...
... getting up later every day and going to bed even later too!
Day 43 – 12 November 2012
One of the joys of this trip has been our total lack of planning resulting in unique discoveries at every random point of our journey. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who replied to my plea for advice many months ago – trust me we have sifted through it all and despite seeming to forget most of it, looking ...
La Trochita! This trip is a must to all those train and steam engines fans, but also a terrific option for all those travelers wanting to experience the old trails here Argentina. So see my Photo Gallery on La Trochita! I will be placing up on line more information on the different options for any traveler interested…
... it made me feel better that I didn’t see anyone else catching anything either. After 2 perfect nights the rain came in and it got cool but at least it didn’t start until I was in the tent.
Got up and fished for several hours Tuesday morning and again didn’t have much luck. A few guided boats came down the river and I saw a guy catch 3 trout in just over an hour at the exact spot where I had been fishing earlier in ...
... out of this little town that has nothing other than the park as it´s
attraction and go further south into Patagonia for some amazing
mountains, glaciars and *cross my fingers* penguins and flamingos! Then I
think i´ll feel a little less like taking the next plane out of
Hope things are well with everyone... it´s times like this that I miss familiar faces!
Lots of love