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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... 700m long * 100m high. An Argintian man prepared a stick for me. Everybody encouraged me. It was good
At town I went to a vegeterian restaurant - best place I ever ate in!!!! What a HAGIGA and cheap and healthy.
I took a trip in a van to the 7 lakes. It is 200k.m to the north, 12 hours. The guide was good. We stoped only few times in the nature, visited Angustina village, ate dinner at San-Martin city - marvelous place.
Ther was a ...
... doesn't exactly make it an exact replica or anything. The other 99% of the city seemed distinctly South American to us, not in a bad way, just in a disproportionate number of steak restaurants and barking dogs sort of way. Although, unlike in Buenos Aires, whenever we changed money in Bariloche we got not only a great rate, but a complimentary piece of chocolate. So that was nice. As was the tasty 10 minute empanada place. And the fantastic Italian place we ate ...
... from the thermos. We tried a tea bag of mate, which is a bit like camomile, but it is the ritual that is the important thing.
Our final day in Bariloche was spent at Llao Llao (pronounced chao chao, "ll" in this part of Argentina is not pronounced as "y") walking through the forests, getting more great views of the lakes from the tops of the hills, and chilling out with the other tourists and locals on the shores of the lakes.
... send into the woods). The path then worked its way into a ravine that slowly inclined. The ravine was heavily forested and quite pretty. Some of the trees were even changing colors which was pretty.
After about two hours maybe 2.5 things started going uphill. The path because less calm and flat and I started to hurt pretty bad. The past 3 days I had done something more strenuous than the day before and today was no different. My muscles were quite sore and, ...
... nice rancher who arrived on the boat showed us a nice little sheltered spot on the beach) and decided the next morning we would finish our last 16km to El poncho.
The next morning we awoke to a beautiful, clear sunny day! We walked the last 16km to El poncho by noon and had 3 hours to sit in the sun, dry our clothes and tent, eat lunch, have a nap and wait for our bus to Osorno.
Another bus later, we arrived in puerto Montt at ...