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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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... heart the first day however. Thankfully though, with the next day far warmer, I went on a great hike and was rewarded with some incredible views, although a small part of Kiwi arrogance always seems to bubble up inside went I see this kind of thing and think, 'Yea, this is really nice....reminds me of home' but being rewarded with cheap wine and steak at the end of the day is a bonus, a past time I may add has been indulged in slightly to liberally, so to add to the Diabeties there ...
... at it again attempting to make the 'World's longest Chocolate Bar'! We witnessed this but Bariloche's chocoholics made it difficult to get close.
However, the main attraction lies just outside the city: Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi. Lago Nahuel Huapi, a glacial relic over 100km, is the centre piece of this gorgeous national park. To the west, Monte Tronador marks the Andean crest and the ...
... a hard time resisting the urge to smash the screen to bits.
Argentina’s new $6.10 foreign ATM withdrawal fee places the nation second among the 100+ countries I’ve visited in ripping off foreign tourists trying to obtain local currency to pump into the economy. The greatest fleecer is Chile, where I encountered an $8.33 fee in December 2012 in Arica. The vast majority of nations I’ve visited – 90+ I would guess – do ...
... excursion for that evening at 5. Finally, I decide to book whatever your I can get for Christmas day, because there aren't many options and most of the town will close down. I book whitewater rafting followed by horseback riding. I'm not convinced I will enjoy the meager 12 km of class III-IV river, the most difficult offered, but I'm willing to try. It's not cheap: 1040 pesos for both ($115USD) including lunch. I spent that afternoon exploring a bit of the town and cooking ...
... weather by this point. But then things finally changed. There was blue sky, there was sun - it was wonderful! We had one stop on the route for a bathroom break, and to take a couple pictures. And at this point, on cue, it started to rain. Thankfully, it literally lasted the length of our stop and as soon as we started to drive, it was lovely again. The bus was pretty empty, so I moved to the back so that I could open the window without ...