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... how it worked. We arrived at the Nordic ski center and were told by the bus driver to be back in the parking lot at 5:30. That was it, no direction of where to go, who to see, nothing. As the school had set this up for us, we were expecting to be greeted by an instructor who would take us by the hand each step of the way. Nope! So we followed the "herd" of other people and trudged up the hill to where the buildings were located. There ...
Flight 8 - Buenos Aries to Bariloche - 2.5 hours
Up at 7.45. Mild temperature.
Derek in slight disarray as we left cases with light clothes at this hotel when we went to Antarctica and it all needs to be packed back into the one suitcase.
We drove past Rio La Plato which runs near the airport. It is over 225km wide at one point, the widest river in the world. On the far side is Uruguay.
The line for check in was quite short by ...
... vyleze a zeptá se lidi na chodbičce, jestli by mohli byt trochu zticha. K našemu překvapení ten hluk nedělají ty teenageri, ale jejich učitelé.
Čtvrtek 8. ledna
Ráno se dohodneme, ze si pobyt v tomhle hotelu neprodloužíme. Radši strávíme cele ráno hledáním jiného ubytovaní. Jdeme zpátky do hostelu, který jsme měli původně zamluveny a máme štěstí, protože někdo rezervaci ...
Afterwards we took a walk to the main square, Centro Civico, to the tourist information and then went to the Via Bariloche office to buy bus tickets back to Chile on Tuesday. We figured the weather is not going to improve enough to justify the high price of the bus boat combo. It's $270 versus $30 so you really need to be sure that the weather will be good to make the most of the scenery.
... Perito Moreno in a motorised rib dingy, passed a small island where the ashes of Perito Moreno (the father of the Patagonian national park system) himself, and negotiated a tiny watercourse connecting to Lago Nahuel Huapi: the water was so low, we had to get out of the dingy.
All around us we had the bright blue of the lakes, bathed in clear sunshine, with the mountains beyond. The bottom of these giant edifices were clad in green arrayan trees or myrtles, rising ...