Rivadavia, Verde, Arrayanes …

Hi, this is Solana. We started biking through this big National Park called Parque Nacional Los Alerces and we have stayed at lot´s of campings as they say here.

1-                 LAGO RIVADAVIA

The first Campground we stayed at was Lago Rivadavia. We met another family traveling on tandems for a year! There was also a really nice lake there as Lago means lake in Spanish.

2-                RIO ARRAYANES

The second was Rio Arrayanes. There were 2 girls there ages: 8 & 12 who´s aunt was the owner, we played with them. There was the river too, as rio means river in Spanish.

3-                      LAS LECHUZAS

The third was Las Lechuzas meaning “The Owls”. This happened to be on Lago Futulaufquen, which was the warmest lake yet!



About jdicus

I am a Spanish and social studies teacher on year-long sabbatical in Mendoza, Argentina. Our family consists of myself, wife Jenny Breen, and daughters Solana and Frances. With this blog we endeavor to chronicle our experience living abroad.
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3 Responses to Rivadavia, Verde, Arrayanes …

  1. Aviva Breen says:

    wow. sounds like a fun trip with lots of swimming? are the lakes and rivers warm?

    We finally have snow here. Not lots but it looks more like winter.

    It’s fun to get your emails and find out what you are doing. I bet your legs are getting really strong.
    Love and hugs

  2. laura johansson says:

    Hey Solana,
    Sounds like some great sites. Can’t wait to see the pictures. It’s so cool that you are making friends wherever you go! Greetings to all your family. Love, Lojo

  3. team pressl says:

    YES !! – Really great this National Park !!
    But the road TO the Caraterra Austral is not that easy.
    Steep climbs and deep camino. However, meanwhile we are near La Junta and enjoy the rain ;-(
    See you on the trail ?? in Mendoza ?? in Austria ?? anywhere !!
    team pressl

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