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... potatoes in a public bathroom, so be it.
Carrying on now to the border, on a roll, we figured we would pick up the next hitchhikers we saw on the road. This time we picked up a French guy and an Argentinian gal from Buenos Aires. These two were planning to camp in the Parque y Reserva Nacional Lanin at the Paso Mamuil Malal border crossing from Argentina back into Chile, exactly where we were going. So, while extra company in the van was a nice diversion for ...
... for all AA domestic flights! I’d hate to see what the security lines look like at peak departure hours). I sat down in the boarding area at 7:08. There’s only four “gates” here in the domestic section of Terminal C: 24 to 27. I put gates in quotation marks because there is a door that opens onto the ramp, where passengers must board a bus and be driven to a remotely parked airplane. Apparently Aerolineas Argentinas has zero jetways ...
... We balance our way across more logs. It's not easy but it's beautiful and quite fun. When we're nearly done, the guys pay me a compliment: "Any girl we would have brought on this would have been crying an hour and a half ago," they said. "We don't know any girls who would enjoy this." That was very nice to hear, because although I fancy myself quite adventurous and physical, I'm small and clumsy and prone to breakage, so sometimes walk gingerly. But I always get the job ...
... hostel we headed to nearby Porto Manzano to find a room for the night. In the end the only place we were able to find (which was open) was a 4star spa and hotel. Not the kind of place we'd come to know well on our travels but with options limited this was a nice excuse to treat ourselves. The place was empty of guests and so ended up having the whole place to ourselves, including full use of sauna, swimming pool and an outdoor jacuzzi overlooking the lake. Winning!
... br> Eventually, after 3 weeks, we parted our ways...I stayed in Malague for a couple of days to unwind. The first day I decided to take a tour to Payaunia national park. A huge volcanic area. The tour was great, finishing with a walk to the crator, and views across the park.
So, almost up to the time that I'm writing this! I left Malague yesterday evening at 6, arrived in a place called San Rafael for 3 hours before I caught the bus to Bariloche. I got here at 3 ...
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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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