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TravelPod Member ReviewsAconcagua Hotel San Carlos de Bariloche
Friendly staff, dated décor, floors on split levels. One side looks over the lake. Nice enough, but needs updating.
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WE DID: - flight to Buenos Aires (the most turbulent of our lives, we thought the chances of a crash were very likely!) - flight to Bariloche This was a very long day of travelling! We arrived at our hostel at around midnight as our 2nd flight was delayed WE LOVED: Finally arriving!! Getting free food in the airport due to our ...
... and rheas. Here we got to walk alongside and in-between the colony. Being so close to the penguins is an amazing experience however it comes with a price, so Jay learnt as one lovely little penguin took a disliking to him and backed up towards him and took aims with a poo. After this experience Jay declared ‘No more penguins!’ We then set up camp in Patagonia’s sleepiest coastal village, Camarones for the night.
The following day we headed north to ...
... br> The other main attraction in Bariloche (aside from eating chocolate) is to cycle round the national park. Itīs 30km in total with a few climbs so proved to be the workout we were after. The weather held up and we had a great day with amazing views of the lakes, slightly more sober than our last outing on bikes and whole lot safer than the one prior to that.
Had a great time in Baraloche, now limbering up for our 27 hour bus to El Calafate.
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... weeks. And one morning there was no rain and the sun came out. The people were able to see that the giant dark cone was bright and covered by ice and snow. So the devil is a prisoner of the ice encased volcano - a whole new perspective on the damage global warming could do!!
Back to the 6 lakes. First lake - Llanquihue - (pronounced Yankeeway) about 420 square miles. It's fed by rain water and only 15%25 by melting snow caps. Lake Ropanko is filled ...
... lorry, this wouldnīt be so bad if it was on a normal road, like tarmac… sweet, sweet tarmac.
Not so, dear reader, not so. Our journey started well with the sun on us, clear roads and a full tank of fuel. We had a break after two hours and 200kms into our journey. It was a scorching day of around 32C and clear blue skies so we made the most of the warmth and stretched our legs for a few minutes. Back on the road, after another two hours, we had our first ...