Terrazas De Esquel
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... visit so we were here on a Saturday
as the train only regularly runs on this day. After checking out the kitchen in
our hostel we decided to hit the supermarket to buy supplies for an eat in
meal. The town had completely changed from when we had arrived from a ghost
town to people everywhere especially in the now very crowded supermarket. We
had a nice pasta and vegetables meal at the hostel.
... up with the inevitable packets of pasta and caught a cab to Futalaufquen (sound familar? those Tongans really got around!) in the Park. More camping and walking here and further into the Park at Rio Arrayanes.
The Park is named for the Alerces trees which dominate. They are tall, straight, majestic and live for hundreds of years. One very broken one is reputed to be 3,000 years old. Also ...
... we were treated to chunks of ice crumbling off the glacier and into the river below with subsequent booms – a novel way to experience global warming I guess – Carol reckons this was the best walk of the trip so far. Can it get better?
Naturally – as we cruise into Puyuhuapi and the a wonderful tourist office – we drive back 6km and experience the most surreal hot springs out – and all to ourselves – a ...
... their farm house kitchen and heard about the history of his family - the great grandfather who had left Wales for Brazil and ended up in Patagonia; the Government policy change in the 1940s which meant it was no longer economic to mill flour in Trevelin, which caused the family to take to rearing cattle instead; the efforts to keep the Welsh language alive in the town (they have exchanges with Welsh towns and teachers who come to ...
... been thru in South America, they are still very interesting and exciting trips to take, more like adventure travel than let us say a gentleman Tour, but well its for the fun …….Anyway, you will be away from the modern comfort of the latest technology trains from Japan and Europe, these vintage original trains still hold that ...