Kayaking-Another First

Two nights ago we arrived in a place called Villa La Angostura–near Barilochi in the lake district of AR near Chile. Today we(Denna Manning from Medford Meth church) and I went kayaking for couple hrs with a guide, had a lunch on a beach–pristine–no other people–and then paddled back–After a rest of maybe an hr–we went for a motor tour around the Angostura area (14k residents and a big tourist destination for those wanting to boat, hike or ski) and then we hiked for maybe an hour or more to get down to lakeside–had some mate (with a lesson on mate codigos) and sweet breads–then hiked back–the forest was so lush like on imagines in Costa Rica. Rained on the hike back–so I got very wet but did a rendition of Singing in the Rain once we hit the paved road and the car was in sight! (relieved there was no more up-hill)!! Tired at 7pm after a full day–we started at 10 a.m. Had dinne at 8:30 in the hotel-very nice service. And to bed before 10-crazy tired.
Today we head out for the airport in a nearby town–fly to BsAs and
from there we fly to Iguazu falls in the north near the Brazil border. Eleanor Roosevelt once said Iguazu falls makes our Niagra look like a dripping faucet! Hahaha! Amazing sights coming up the next two days. Then Denna returns to USA and I will get back to dancing!

About tangobunny

Pastor Bunny went on sabbatical leave to Argentina July 28-November 4, 2010, funded by a pastoral renewal grant from the Lily Foundation. It was her second visit to AR. Since then she's been back three more times and toured the country. She loves the Argentine people as much as the tango and calls Argentina her other home.
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