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Everything was perfect except that we thought we could walk to town from our house and it wasn't an easy or short one at all, we thought we'd have a washing machine and dryer, but we ended up with laundry service (still great, just not what we thought) and we ran out of fresh water. Overall though, a really great location.
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... The view was unbelievable. The whole of lake Gutierrez spread out below, ringed round by mountains. It was completely worth the effort, although getting down was even more challenging. I got talking to some Argentinians about how hard it was, although the father and son later raced past me on the easier bits. I heard them tell their family that I was Canadian, and a big "ooh" was heard. My first full day in Patagonia was mind-blowing. Horses, cattle, waterfalls, and forests? All in a day's ...
25 December 2014
San Carlos de Bariloche is known as the Swiss part of Argentina which is in the Lake District of Nahuel Huapi NP. It has dry summers and snowy winter, a lot of good chocolate, gorgeous scenery, stone and wooden architecture and the mountains. This all gives people a Swiss Alps feeling. The place is also known for it's great outdoor activities, like horse riding, kayaking, para gliding, mountain biking and rafting. For this reason ...
At least it wasn’t raining in Valdivia when we passed
through about 5am and was dry in Osorno on our 7.30am arrival – only one bus
company to Bariloche open so by default went with them but again crammed into a
back seat with a cosy neighbour. Had 3 hours to kill until the 10.30 bus and no
hopeful of getting a decent coffee before then. Got lucky and found a place
that opened at 8am and then the money change place opened at 9.30 but stupidly
... our landlords' apartment to drop off our bag, meeting only Ivanna and her newborn for the first time. She could not have been any more warm and welcoming, and though her two year old and husband were out, we left feeling like we had friends to return to when we arrive back there in less than three months’ time.
We drove just a bit further when all the kids were hungry and needed to stretch their legs. Since we still had a package of cheese and ...
... Tres. We continued to Bariloche, the longest trip ever in a bus (40 hrs). We promised ourselves to rest and to eat well and so we did !! So far the best chorizo in our life ! Bariloche weather was windy , so we avoided outdoor activities. We went to a nearby town El Bolson which we hiked a bit and chilled. So far we enjoy the country but we cant wait to head up north where the weather is warm and the wine is great - next destination Mendoza Till then hasta ...