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Amazing Argentina and Futaleufu Rafting Trip!

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Mary Curry
Transferred back to the airport and headed home
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Mary Curry
Wow! The park is well run and the falls are positively stunning! As an added plus, the sunshine creates dazzling rainbows across the park. I have a lovely photo of a rainbow spanning from the Brazil …
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Mary Curry
Our airline luck changed this morning. After a rough flight last night on a plane that should have been retired, we had a fantastic, brand new plane this morning and the flight was ON TIME. As we …
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Mary Curry
We awoke early for the 8am transfer out of camp. Cookie made us cinnamon rolls and other breakfast fixings as well as sandwiches for the road. We said our good-byes with plenty of hugs and hit the …
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Mary Curry
Started the day with a birthday present for my husband in a plastic bag as I forgot to bring wrapping paper. Breakfast was custom made omelets. They were delicious, but I lost my appetite midway …
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Mary Curry
Today is the day that we have been preparing for, a series of Class V rapids known as Inferno Canyon. We started out on the Rio Esplanon near at the headwaters of the Fu to get warmed up and practice …
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Mary Curry
Today was great fun! We took a short ride to the Rio Azul, a small, crystal clear, calm river that feeds into the Fu. We boarded 1 or 2 person inflatable kayaks that were MUCH more comfortable than …
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Mary Curry
We took a break from rafting today to go horseback riding. The trail wound through the woods under low hanging branches, through mud, up rocky hillsides and along a steep drop off beside the river …
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Mary Curry
Today we rafted the same "Bridge to Bridge" segment of the Fu from yesterday with the addition of two class V rapids at the bottom, Mas or Menos and Casa de Piedras. Apparently we took the …
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Mary Curry
Wow! Phenomenal day of hiking, whitewater rafting, and kayaking! Woke late because we missed our wake up call and slept for a heavenly 11 hours. Raced to grab a quick breakfast to go, passing the …
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Mary Curry
We met the group and set off for the full day drive to camp. We stopped in Esquel for lunch and several travelers ordered the largest hamburgers I have ever seen. At the border, the Argentinians were …
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Mary Curry
Spent most of today in the airport. Aerolineas was running delayed (a common occurrence we learned) so we waited ~ 4 hours for our flight. Arrived exhausted for a quick dinner of hamburgers and pasta …
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Mary Curry
Took the train to the northern suburbs and hopped on lightweight bamboo bikes to explore the residential neighborhoods. Immaculately kept yards and well painted homes contrasted sharply with litter …
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Mary Curry
We arrived into Buenos Aires exhausted after our red-eye flight and thankful for the waiting transfer. Headed to the hotel for a nap and then took an evening walk around the town.

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