Hostel Refugio Cordillera
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... with the bad weather. I don't do relaxation well. I am ready to move on. In the words of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Evita,”
What's new Buenos Aires?
I'm new, I wanna say I'm just a little stuck on you
You'll be on me too
Stand back, Buenos Aires
Because you oughta know whatcha gonna get in me
Just a little touch of star quality
The group fell into small groups for dinner, then retired early because we ...
... straight back down the mountain. So much for a final day of trekking.
From the mountain, we could see a 360 degree lookout point on a hill between us and Bariloche so we caught the bus over there and had a much better day, taking in the views for the final time below the clouds and away from the snow.
Despite being 90% desert, Patagonia won us over. The lakes, mountains, rivers and so on are picture-perfect. Any view could be used for a postcard, it's a ...
... on the big grill/BBQ looked delicious. despite it been really busy the service was fairly quick. We shared a stake between two people and order sides and wine to share between the table, the portions were huge so it was a good job we did. People were right the steak was amazing and a reasonable price too. Loving Argentina for all this great food and wine, be sad to leave. An action packed day followed by a lovely evening with great people, can't wish for much ...
Christmas Day walk
I woke up on Christmas morning and looked out to the lake and mountains. It certainly will be a different Christmas to what i've experienced before, but you can't complain waking up somewhere like here. The lady at the hotel provided us with breakfast, so we sat looking out over the lake. She was going out with her family, so hopefully we'll be able to get on and cook our dinner later.
After breakfast, we ...
... firmly in lekis corner. Dont let me down flash poles...
We bid farewell to the Belgians who stop at the top for lunch, and start heading along the ridge...fully expecting to see them again somewhere down the line. This quickly becomes less of a trek and more of a rock scramble/climb. Amandas poles go away so she can climb. Having paid double the price, mine stay out hoping to get value for money. I quickly notice 2 bonuses they have over bamboo. 1) They have hand straps so ...