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... but enjoyable. It started off in a soft and spongy marsh as we skirted the lake, but gave way to a steep, jagged, rocky mountainside. I was glad to be hiking without a big pack on that incline.
It took over an hour of hard climbing to reach our first stop, Lago Schell, named after a climber and benefactor of the club. The heart-shaped lake was crystal blue and cold. On its other shore was snow we had to cross on our way up the next mountain. More of the same, adding ...
... 00 pm, so I guess all the 30 kilometers took 5 hours, with a lot of stops and small detours. We got back at the hotel around 5.30 pm. I went straight up for a shower, then I went down to use internet and transfer pictures to my iPad and write a little. When I was done with that, we went out to get some drinks. The bar we went to was called Los Vinkingos, and was super nice. And it was happy hour, we got ...
... at a pub called Berlina: a really nice place, though it has very little german athmosphere.
A wonderful day in a wonderful place. Hard to imagine something better for our last day in Argentina. Last at least for now, as we'll go to Chile and then return in a few days. We devised a plan a little twisted but fast and economical to get to the bottom of Patagonia: by bus from Bariloche to Puerto Varas, on the other side of the Andes in Chile, then a flight from the ...
... the town we went to centro civico where there was a humongous dome tent containing the world’s largest Easter egg. It was 8.5m/30ft high and contained 8 tonnes of chocolate. It smelt incredible and we had heard that on Sunday they would be breaking it into thousands of pieces and handing it out!
30th March – Today we were not so lucky with the weather and it was very overcast and due to rain. Since it didn’t look pretty and climbing any mountains ...
... where a ticket office most definitely was.....low and behold it was also closed. We then put our puppy faces back on and begged a third free trip into town where we drowned our sorrows with a mixture of cocoa, fat and milk - called cake. We finally got the necessary tickets for the bus and went to one of the most impressive viewing spots at the top of Cerro Campanario (Peak). We left Cerro Cathedral unconquered. Perhaps for a skiing trip on our next time to ...