Apart Las Piedras Bariloche
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... the day in 1995 when the late Princess Diana visited to take tea. We decided we could not possibly leave without having tried the tea ourselves. So we decided on Nain Maggie, Trevelin’s oldest teahouse to enjoy our high tea. We were severed an English style tea in a huge pot, several cakes, toasted sandwiches, scones and pancakes. Plenty of food!
With our very fully bellies we drove on to Parque Nacional Los Alerces, we were unsure if we could camp here as a portion of ...
... town and went for an ice cream at a place called Rapa Nui Chocolates. It had been recommended to me by a few people, and for good reason. The ice cream was amazing! I had a scoop of hazelnut chocolate, and a scoop of cappuccino. Both were delicious.
I headed over to the bus terminal at about 4pm and caught my bus to Esquel at 5pm. I don’t know how I got so unlucky, but the bus was full of kids, ...
... trees which is sweet tasting. Typically it grows in November.
On the boat ride we stopped briefly at Parque Nacional de Arrayanes where we were surrounded by orange Cinnamon trees. The trees twist in the bark and one tree can have a number of trunks all sharing the same root system.
Upon arriving at the resort - the views were spectacular- but a little muted with the cloudy weather. Tomorrow is a day of leisure.
Jules on ...
... straight back down the mountain. So much for a final day of trekking.
From the mountain, we could see a 360 degree lookout point on a hill between us and Bariloche so we caught the bus over there and had a much better day, taking in the views for the final time below the clouds and away from the snow.
Despite being 90% desert, Patagonia won us over. The lakes, mountains, rivers and so on are picture-perfect. Any view could be used for a postcard, it's a ...
... They have a revolving restaurant at the top that moved almost too fast for me; we decided to get back down the mountain and rest some
We walked to an Italian restaurant for dinner. There are zillions of Italian restaurants everyplace we go in this country. It was about a mile one way to the restaurant, so I felt like I at least got a little exercise. We stopped at a pharmacy, and I got a bandage for ...