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... at the lookout. We walked back down together and managed to glean some good tips from Anthony who has traveled South America previously.
Back in town we went for a warming mug of hot chocolate at Abuela Goye. It is a typical chocolate shop which as well as selling drinks cafe style, sells every flavor of chocolate imaginable by the bucket load - a real heaven for a chocolate lover.
We needed to get some more money and unfortunately the Money Exchange had ...
... Canoa where we jumped out. All in all it took us around 3hrs to get there from Junin which was really good as the roads are all unpaved and bumpy so you can’t drive very far. We bought a ticket for the once a day catamaran across the lake and hurried off to set-up camp and get back to Puerto Canoa in 2hrs. We hiked 3km down the road to the nearest camp site but it turned out that we need to take a little row boat across the lake to get there. ...
... years ago. It is an amazing lodge where the rooms start at well over $200 a night, Our next big destination was Pichi Traful on Lago Traful which we reached about 70 breathtakingly beautiful kms later. The lodge is still there and has been expanded and now is being run as a Christian youth camp so it was all licked down and we were bit able to tour the grounds (no comment). We had spent Christmas at this lodge ...
... lakes and trees
to be covered in grey ash. Without air-conditioning, we were forced to drive
the dusty road with the windows down, tasting dirt the entire last leg of the
route. Arriving in San Martin de Los Andes, fresh off of being told NO in the
last town, we had high hopes.
As is the custom in this part of Argentina, we waited in
line at a tourist information center, and a nice woman tried ...
... cenizas'; some days are bright blue skies while on others the sky is obscured and the air dusty.
The area to the north of San Martin, around Junin de Los Andes is dominated by the extinct Volcano Lanin and seems little affected by the active Chilean volcano and our photos of it now show how the whole area once looked; pristine. There are hundreds ...