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... they'll connect when they return home. We had a fantastic time with these new Houston friends, and their incredible kids Dagney and Collier. After shutting down happy hour, we decided to continue the conversation and share a table at dinner in the nicer resort restaurant, Los Cesares. I was very proud of our much younger kids for keeping up with the conversation, and contributing to it appropriately and entertainingly. The Goodners appreciated having another family to hang ...
We went out to eat, (chicken for me, steak for Charles, as usual when we don't have pasta) and then went to a cool bar we had read about. It was very cool - very woody, and warm, like a ski-town bar. We had a local beer, and met another American and ended up chatting with him all night. When we went to leave, he offered to buy us another beer, and we accepted. It ended up being a longer night than we are used to.
In the AM, we headed to ...
... we set our first morning in Bariloche, half an hour out of town to a bike rental shop and the starting point of the popular cycling circuit. The circuit was really just a large loop road that consisted of rolling hills and viewpoints and lakes along the way. Bariloche is set beside the biggest of the seven lakes and the others we stopped off at along the bike ride were a little warmer (and by that I mean 12 degrees rather than ...
The morning receptionist knew us by name despite having never met her. Turns out there are only 10 people staying in the hostel (capacity closer to 70) so it wasn't too hard to figure out apparently. Today is a bit of an admin day. We wondered into town to the tourist info places and after coming up with a plan we headed to the main bus terminal to book our way out and into Chile. Rach has bought into my plans heading north. It won't be ...
... We emerged from a bank of cloud and, gradually, mountains broke into view. We were surrounded by them and the icy clear water of the lake. Every now and then we'd pass a small island that was densely covered in trees - their dark green foliage poked out fo the water like fluffy emerald periscopes.
The boat docked and from the pier it was a short walk through a reeded valley to Peulla, a village inside the national park and close to the border. ...