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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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... 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 ...
... Saint Bernards! Nuff said
... farms and has Punte Agudo - a volcano in back. Lake Puyehue is contained within the Chilean national park and we saw it as we climbed the Andes (see pix). Then came Correntoso Lake and as we crossed into Argentina we saw lake Nahuel Nuapi and Lake Espejo (mirror).
As we crossed the border from Chile into Argentina the National forest was blanketed with snow. It was a blue bird day and all I was missing was a pair of skis!!
The indigenous ...
... Lucy who must have felt very lucky when she found out that all this would be her job now.
My Swiss dorm mate was down as well with a cut in the knee from the mountain biking and I realized how lucky I was that I didn’t get hurt. In the evening I went out casually with the big group of Argentineans from the hostel. What started as going for a beer resulted in a long night that ended at 7:00 am. One hour of sleep and I was off to the bus to Mendoza. ...
... Came in towards Nequen and saw a lot of citrus, so must have been near an irrigated area. Then, back into the desert for the afternoon, hoping to approach Bariloche soon. Soon a large lake and more mountainous terrain, but still dry. A lot of tree farms, which I found out later were Ponderosa tree farms. Finally pulled into Bariloche around 5 pm - about 21 ...