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Stories and Tips Termas de Río Hondo

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The road from Rio Hondo to Cafayate (Part II - beyond Tafi del Valle)

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 22 Aug, 2007

This whole area is fascinating due to the variety of landscapes it offers. We are already in a semi-arid area, where however we will see cattle in the fields. The road climbs up to 11,000 feet (Cuesta del Infiernillo or Infiernillo slope), and along the…Read More


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The road from Rio Hondo to Cafayate (Part I - up to Tafi del Valle)

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 21 Aug, 2007

Cafayate is only 6 hours away from Rio Hondo if you drive a car, and a little more if you go by bus, because you have to connect buses in Tucuman.Tafi del Valle is only four hours away from Río Hondo, but choose the paved road…Read More


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The History of the Rio Hondo Dam and Lake

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 21 Aug, 2007

In 1964 while working on my first job as full-time technical translator in the offices of Harza Engineering Company International, I was sent for a couple of weeks to Santiago del Estero with some experts of the company (Leo Polivka, Douglas Strong, and others). The…Read More


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Trout Fishing in Mendoza

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 19 Nov, 2006

I lived three and a half years in Mendoza, and enjoyed it thoroughly. Being an addict to fishing, I explored all the possibilities in this province, and came up with these results, from south to north: RÍO GRANDE (Bardas Blancas). Although it is the most…Read More


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Fishing in the Province of Corrientes

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 18 Nov, 2006

There are many roads to the Ibera Marshes, but some become real marshes when it rains. Although you can come in from Paso de los Libres or Gobernador Virasoro, the best road is the one that connects Carlos Pellegrini with Mercedes and the paved road…Read More


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Sea Fishing

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 18 Nov, 2006

Fishing from the shore is not what it used to be. Fish used to come near to the shore to eat clams, that were abundant. But people started to gather them, and most beaches do not have any clams left... Fishing from piers can be…Read More


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Trout Fishing in the Province of Buenos Aires

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 18 Nov, 2006

I only know of one trout fishing pond in the province of Buenos Aires, at Puerta del Abra, near Mar del Plata. Fishing is allowed there all the year round, and it is located under the foothills of Balcarce, only 30 miles away from the…Read More


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Trout Fishing in the Argentine Patagonia

Written by Robert Raymond Ingledew on 29 Oct, 2006

I was eleven years old when I fell in love with trout fishing, and that was 55 years ago. The most delightful years of my life I went fishing to the Percy river in Trevelin, where I used to spend 30 to 45 days in…Read More


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