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Essence of life, healing in Nature
My Trip to Africa – Recovering the essence of Life in a healing process in Nature By Eve Hoter, Nov 6, 2016 It was not one of the best moments...
Queen of Retreats reviews Peuma Hue
A writer from the highly respected review site Queen of Retreats visited Peuma Hue in Patagonia and loved it – here’s what she said: This well run and lovingly kept...
Mt Tronador from Pampa Linda
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Cerro Tronador, Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina
I have to be honest, this activity is on my wish list, not something I have actually done yet. But I am pretty confident it would make this list, as...
Rafting on Manso River Bariloche
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River rafting La Frontera on the Manso river, Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina
Rivers have a big job on this planet. They are responsible for carving out massive canyons all over the world, transport rocks and minerals to be deposited in lakes and...
Condor watching in Bariloche
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Condor watching with Lorenzo Sympson at Estancia Desafío, Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina
As far as condor experts go, they doesn’t get more knowledgeable then Lorenzo Sympson. He made the condor his passion awhile ago and started doing avid studies on this majestic...
Mt Catedral Ridge Trek
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The Ridgewalk from Catedral Ski center to the Estancia Peuma Hue, Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina
This is by far one of my favorite things to do in the area. It is challenging, thrilling, and I am constantly saying “Wow” all day. It’s a trekking excursion...
Trekking at Mt Lopez Bariloche
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Trekking in snowshoes in Cerro Lopez, Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina
Winter time is pretty popular around here. All the seasons have their magic, but winter is what Bariloche was built around. The ski center on Cerro Catedral is the largest...
Andes mountains and lakes
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Top 5 Excursions in Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina
The amount of activities in pristine mountain forests, clear glacier lakes, and rapid running rivers is never ending. It also has the Patagonia tag which makes it extra special. There...
Arriving at Bariloche Airport
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To Bariloche, Argentina in August, by Reuben Rich
At midday the temperatures were climbing up through the nineties,  on way the way to a credible forecast above one hundred. And  I was lugging my skis through the Portland...
Estancia Peuma Hue
Estancia Peuma Hue – Place of Dreams
By Erin McElroy Welcome to the Estancia Peuma Hue blog! In Mapuche, the language and namesake of the indigenous people of Patagonia, Peuma Hue translates to Place of Dreams. We...