Claro del Bosque
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... Instead, lunch, delicious ice cream, and a hike to the 'mirador' to over look Lago Lacar on which San Martin de Los Andes sits. First disaster. I lost my favourite item of clothing on the trail somewhere , my poncey little cycling cap! Sorry Harts Cyclery of Edinburgh, no more international advertising for you! Back on the bike and half an hour later I had found a lovely camping spot overlooking the lake, who needs ...
... words to be remembered! Leaving Santos to hitch hike home I pushed on to the border with Argentina. Of course they made a big fuss when it turned out I had lost my customs form but eventually I was through and straight on to an awful awful 'ashy' ripio at the base of Volcan Lanin, the highest point of the journey so far, 1280m. Constantly fish tailing my way down the road I eventually mishandled a slide and crashed, at about 5mph, so no damage done! Finally tarmac, tailwind ...
... we sorted out our transport to El Chalten for a reasonable amount of time and money. After that we were able to enjoy the rest of the day, seeing more of the surrounding lakes and mountains. As the bus pulled away from the town we didn't want to leave San Martín, but we did enjoy beautiful views of the lake with the mountains behind. Our time in Argentina's Lake District drawing to a close, we headed out on route 40 towards ...
... More importantly, I got caught up on my Academy Award nominated movies! And read "The Fault in Our Stars" for a second time. Ok are we up to date? Bueno. Once again, I'm posting from my phone, so adding pictures is out of the question. Instead, go to your window, look out, and imagine sunshine, rose bushes, overgrown vacant lots, dusty streets, and foothills covered in brush. Take care. Kind ...
... pristine best sooner rather than later.
We drove on along the famous 7 Lakes Route(mainly dirt) and the landscape looked as if snow had fallen only the colour was not white but grey. It was all quite eerie. To add to the strange journey we suddenly encountered a road block and the road ahead was completely closed. To get to San Martin we would have to do ...