Hostel Refugio Cordillera
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... the climate is warmer most of the dogs were short haired. Here in Bariloche where during the summer the nights can get as low as 35-40 degrees, they tend to have longer hair, and sometimes they're even black. Well, I passed by two dogs within the 20 minute walk to the gas station that could have been my dog Kramer's siblings. I thought it immediately when I saw the first and when I saw the second, I stopped for a second to look at him in a bit of disbelief. He ...
I got into Bariloche around 6:30pm and got a taxi straight over to Periko’s Hostel. It’s a pretty nice hostel, right in the center of the city. The guy who was working, Charlie, was really helpful with information on where to go and what to do tomorrow, and also where to get a good dinner tonight. I put my bags in the room, and was happy to see they had saved me a bottom bunk.
I went out to a ...
... here in Patagonia).
While we motored, our Argentine guide Lucia introduced us to maté latte, a sort of tea concoction consumed by 90% of the Argentine people, from a personalized gourd. Some call it maté latte. Some Yerba maté. But whatever you call, the Argentines can’t live without it.
The setting for our resort is breathtaking. High on a hill, overlooking an exquisite lake, with 18 holes of golf and other lush ...
... tent (and people do), any way you do it is expensive - flights, buses, hotels, food, tours - it all adds up in this remote region. With rough roads ahead of us, we eschewed the mildly trustworthy local agents with their old Corsas and went with Europcar and splashed out on a new Renault Duster. I'm not sure if they're in the UK but they look like a beefed-up estate car with raised suspension. Not quite a 4x4 but good for any unpaved parts.
After running around ...
... llamas literally disappearing into the dust they are creating with their hasty retreat from the noise.
Periodically we come across old disused trains have been backed into sidings to slowly
disintigarate over decades, adding a ghostly spectre to an otherwise empty vista.
We are now advised that the delay is closer to six hours. We are concerned about our flight connection. One of our fellow ...