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... the right one, even though I knew there was only one in the village ("It's the big, new-looking one" - Diego).
Diego turned up soon enough. The group had whittled down to seven - apparently the rest had just come to Peulla for a day trip and were returning to Puerto Varas, and only myself and two other families were actually crossing the border. The families, I learned, were Brazilian.
Diego looked at me.
"How's your Portugese?"
My first day in Bariloche, the chocolate capital of Argentina, was Easter Sunday. I promptly set off into the town centre in search of chocolate to find half of Argentina's children queuing around 4/5 blocks for a piece of a giant egg in the town centre. I couldn't get anywhere near it but it was a huge steel enforced chocolate egg created to be a record breaking chocolate monster. They literally had men hanging off it breaking it down with climbing picks! I decided to take the ...
... more beautiful. We encountered some giant bees along the trail but we made it to the falls. The "falls" were a bit underwhelming after seeing iguazu falls (about a 10 foot drop), but they were beautiful in their own way. There were rocks scattered throughout (matts inner geologist came out and he played with the rocks for a bit) and lots of greenery. We splashed around for a bit and headed back. This trail is so neat though-there are huge trees that have ...
On our way to Montevideo today.
... guy Chris I met in patagonia, and spend a few days exploring the sites with him. Daily activities included:
Camprario viewpoint. Steep 1km ascent to 360degree views of the surrounding lakes and posh houses surrounding them (there's a lot of money here). The lakes are as still as glass, for some reason I never managed to get to the bottom of no one really uses them.
A very serene, some might say infuriatingly mundain, kayak on the lake
A full ...