Cabanas Don Justo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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... more so. He was right that even if i'd had my ticket I'd be freaking out at the delay, and it was good that he was there to translate. When we weren't sure if the bus would work out, he told me the cold, hard truth: I was stuck in an Argentinian resort town known for its chocolate with somebody who would lend me money and make sure I was safe and housed. We even made tentative plans for another dinner and bottle of wine. When the time came to board the bus, he stayed with me until ...
... They worked like a Formula 1 pit crew when one of them snapped a spoke, I just watched in amazement as they were back on the road in under 20 minutes, that kind of job would have taken me hours! They helped me fix my rear hub when it came loose, helped me wash my bike at the hostel and gave me some of their spare spokes for the rest of my journey as they were worried I didn't have ...
... 2 in one for a small amount of money) we just went to bed, talked and laughed about our stupid decision and that we find someone just like us. I am as stupid as Alison, she as stupid as me.
Alison and I met a couple from Belgium and a Brazilian guy we've met in Puerto Varas for a bike ride through the mountains.
We decided to do the circuito chico, which is 36 km on paved and unpaved roads and gravel roads. ...
... but they had had some mega competition. However the viewpoint from the top was stunning, perfect conditions for some photos. The area has tons of mountain huts that you can trek between, and tonnes of climbing, but I stopped researching that with dodgy feet. We managed to time this little visit perfectly, as it started spitting on the ski lift back down.
The rest of my time in Bariloche was spent sampling ...
... but enjoyable. It started off in a soft and spongy marsh as we skirted the lake, but gave way to a steep, jagged, rocky mountainside. I was glad to be hiking without a big pack on that incline.
It took over an hour of hard climbing to reach our first stop, Lago Schell, named after a climber and benefactor of the club. The heart-shaped lake was crystal blue and cold. On its other shore was snow we had to cross on our way up the next mountain. More of the same, adding ...