Cabanas Don Justo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... wine, company and evening as a whole were all fantastic. Christmas morning was spent Skyping family and exchanging gifts. Ross bought me a lovely bangle and I handcrafted him a colourful friendship bracelet so that people know he is a proper traveller. We drove to a beach on the lake a bit out of town and Ross took a festive dip. As is customary on Christmas we ate excessive amounts of food and Ross even managed a hostel version of falling-asleep-on-the-sofa-in-front-of- ...
... encountered falling snow.
Today we saw and crossed many lakes - 6 in fact. There were lots of birds - mainly ibis. We did not get to see a condor. It can weigh up to 35 pounds and fly as high as 22,000 feet. Its wing span is almost 11 feet (only the albatross has a larger wingspan - about 12 feet). Basically it's a vulture on steroids.
So these 6 lakes were formed by glaciers receding about 35000 years ago. There are also a number of volcanos. ...
... falling in and being sucked into one of the generator sluices gave me vertigo. A little way south of here must be where Musters crossed the Limay but we couldn't quite match his description to the visible landscape features.
We were kindly invited to supper by Marlis Kuhlmann and Alvaro de Brito back in Bariloche, who are extremely knowledgeable on Musters. I had corresponded with them by email before leaving England and they have ...
... and the scenery was breathtaking, the day was long but short! Bariloche is a small city and is considered the playground of South America with many winter and summer activities, we didn't do anything exotic because of the wind and the cool weather. Argentina is considered the beef capital of the world and the quality of steak we had will contest to that, the prices are likely less than 1/2 of that of Chile. A great meal of either ...
Bariloche is gorgeous. It's like a little alpine village, as it's a ski town in winter. Had my first asunda (Argentinian BBQ) with some amazing beef. I lost all self control and may have consumed a bit too much. Not to worry, went for a cycle! There's a gorgeous national park adjacent, with green hills and turquoise lakes. Lou and hills don't go well together, so there was plenty of pushing my bike up the numerous hills. Even went for a swim in a lake.... Almighty ...