Hotel Sierra Nevada
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Very helpful staff,excellent stay here,good wi fi and even got a complimentary meal! Rooms comfortable and well located.
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I have used bewildering superlatives,meandering metaphor and every adjective under the sun to describe some of our beautiful planets places during this trip.I thought that the Iguassu Falls would be my defining memory ,the first in my brains recall,but nothing,nothing could have prepared me for the vision of beauty that my eyes feasted on today .We …
Here's a fairly typical travellers' decision that we were faced with on planning to leave Bariloche: do we take a 22 hour bus ride with a stopover at a dubious boarding house en route through what is generally considered to be flat, monotonous scenery for most of the way, or do we take an internal 1 hour 45 minute flight for a fraction more of the cost? Hmmm....
The Aerolineas Argentinas flight turned out to be the best flight we have ever taken. On ...
... run out of my first 3 choices of dish and then took an hour to serve me pasta with tomato sauce. I skipped dessert and had a chocolate bar just up the road.
I met some Italian bikers at the Chilean frontier and convinced them not to bike into Torres del Paine - too much traffic and nowhere to stow bikes. They changed their plan to do as I had and bus from Puerto Natales.
At the Chilean exit border I was stuck behind a noisy tour group. An annoying delay. I then ...
... sandwich the first time (which was really my first bread in 1.5months because GF bread doesn't exist elsewhere in South America. The second time I wasn't hungry and didn't need food but I still had a sandwich, empanadas and a cupcake just because I could. Otherwise I stuck to my staple corn flakes and water with a bit of lactose free milk powder and fruit for breakfast. If I could I would have smashed some of the free croissants at the hotel because they looked ...
... a stick between the eyes. No blood fortunately, but swelling and bruising started quickly. You'd call that a face plant!
At lunchtime we arrived at the view point for the Piedras Blancas Glacier. The view was stunning. From here the trail followed the Rio Blanco on quite a rocky and at time exposed trail. One huge wind gust unbalanced Irene who tumbled gracefully off the trail, landing on her backpack ...