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... travelling back into town
mid-afternoon. Decided to spend the rest of the day wandering around town and
picked up a fair few souvenirs as this would probably be our last time to shop
in Argentina before travelling home. We decided to again have tea at the hostel
so got the ingredients for nachos and fresh salsa which went down very well.
... surrounding the lake Nahuelhuapi.
There was a sign at the park entrance that dogs were not allowed to be in the park, but a quiltro (street dog) was waiting near the first mirador and started to walk with us. As we continued to walk along the track, the type of trees and bushes kept changing. The dog was still with us an hour later so we thought we should give him a name and Don Pedro seemed appropriate.
We stopped for lunch at the 7km mark where a ...
... it felt like sleet was pelting our ears. But the view and concept were worth it. Patrick and Barcy joined us for the camaraderie and for lunch.
At 3 pm, we had tango lessons. About two-thirds of our band of 37 showed up to see this couple who has won several competitions demonstrate the tango and then attempt to convey their knowledge, if not their skills, to our group of klutzes. It was amusing; and a good time was ...
... Everyone talks about Route 40 being a tough road and even though a lot of it is now paved, rental companies like Europcar won´t insure you unless you take a 4x4 or something similar. No one, however, even mentions Route 23 and the fact that you have to endure 300kms (186 miles) of rocky dirt track.
We passed through two or three more nothing-towns on the way to Bariloche, every time having to seek out two people (which is harder than it sounds) in order to get ...
... but nevertheless, I didn't want to ruin the moment, so kept going up.
I'm glad I did, as we were rewarded with the most stunning of views. You could see the forest, lakes and mountains that surround Bariloche. There were even some pine cones here, which symbolize Christmas to me! It was a bit windy up there, so we didn't stay too long, as we had a dinner to cook. Going down, I had to be very precarious, I really though I would slip right down the cliff. I ...