Villa del Lago
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- Continental Breakfast
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... to the room. Another activity that we did was canoeing. It was not as fun as archery but still worth talking about. We rented two canoes at the beach (yes, I know it is strange, but Llao Llao has its own beach) and put them in the freezing cold water. One thing that you should know is that the ores were tiny. Honestly I didn't think at first that it was be much use as a paddle at all. Also I don't have a high tolerance for cold water so I was a little protective of my ...
... out to be the best dinner we had in South America and probably the best steak of my life. There were some scraps of fat left over which a stray dog was more than happy to wolf down. He then decided to follow us back to our hostel where he had to say our goodbyes.
February started well as the clear summer skies provided ideal weather for an afternoon of kayaking. We relaxed in the hostel for the morning before being picked up ...
... strength to get the other through, although this is not always possible. How amazing we go through this together I think we will come out stronger. Family is good and home is great I'm not sure I'm cut out for the rugged life Making it up each hill only means I get to coast down even for a second in a good relief Amy is my road dog through thick and thin we really have to work together and be willing. This trip had become less about having so much ...
... closed. We found a shopping centre that was open that had 'Space Bowling" so of course we made the most of it! The next day we got up early and quite hungover to have another long drive day to Mendoza.
Mendoza produces 70% of Argentina’s wine and is most famous for its Malbec varieties. Our first day in Mendoza, Nicola and I walked around the city while many others on our tour did and wine and bike day. We found a French Patisserie and sat by a fountain in the ...
... melting glacier water!!! Definately a lot of fun and worth the cold, although i wasnt so sure at the time.
We also did the stereotypical tourist tour of hiring bikes and riding through the wine region in the area and tasting all the wines. We actually left this trip a bit late and so had time constraints as due to a lot of robberies in the area all bikes needed to be returned by 6.30pm. We still managed to visit 3 wineries, the first of which gave us a good course ...