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    Default not that far...

    it´s on the way to Ezeiza, there you can do parachuting, hangliding...etc. it´s pretty nice, not that great as when you do it in the mountains, but it´s always fun!!
    you can google "lobos- parachuting", and you´ll see!!

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    My favorite sport on vacation is swimming, cycling and horsebackriding :-)

    Also, I'd like to try "parapente" (English?) There's a great place south of El Bolson. Apparently the wind there is just perfect for it!

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    Thanks, Analaura!!
    I will take a look!!

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    Surfing, fishing, snorkeling, swimming, anything at the beach! I reaaaaally want to go to thailand to train at one of the Muay Thai camps. Some day...

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    Default Where in El Bolsón Victoria?

    I think Parapente is hangliding...

    do you know where? I´ll be close to Bolson in March for my vacations...and I want to do parachuting in the south...

    so any suggestion of places would be great!

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    It has to be in the Piltri (Piltriquitrón)!!! I love that place... as for sports, anything that leaves scars is good for me! I'll allow myself to quote Tyler Durden: "I don't want to die without any scars"!

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    Default now, that quote is mine!

    that´s true!! and I take that seriously!!! I have scars all over! (laughs), but so much adrenalin!!!

    Gabriel, I´ll check that place, I´m going in late March... and I want to check crazy activities before getting there.

    thanks a lot!

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    Hi Ana Laura!!

    LUCKY YOU!!! yes, it's actually 5km south from El Bolsón, a small town called "Las Gaviotas".

    Thanks for the translation!

    Victoria

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    Justin!! Muay Thai?? Heavy....

    There is a Chinese variant called San Shou or San Da, that's even more violent because they let you grab and lift your oponent and you can also force the arms and legs into unnatural ways (called palanca in Spanish).

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    I didn't that one Victoria. The one I'm talking about is right in Bolsón. I guess a mountain is a mountain after all, right?

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