Cabanas Don Justo
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... sort of things you may or may not show anyone because they might only have a weird, personal significance. I don't think there's much harm in taking pictures of dinner, but most of the time I don't feel like it merits a picture. Most of my pictures would probably fall into the second category I described. I frame them just right and worry about the composition and colors and focus and everything, even though I'm just using my phone. I doubt my pictures ...
... and everything is covered in an ethereal mist and the lake has become a steaming soup bowl.Photographs are impossible at this time in the morning,it being about ten thirty and the guide sensing our disappointment has some tricks up his sleeve.He takes us to an area where we see a gorgeous ice blue clear stream which flows and tumbles in rapids passing under a white wooden bridge lined with yellow trees with falling leaves which float and wash away down stream on the water ...
... copse, endangered not surprisingly as many years only see a couple of meters growth. Moving onto Victoria Island gives us a chance to explore a national park isolated from the mainland, with an excellent presentation with our guide from the boat. We even get to see cave paintings !
Bariloche really is beautiful, we decide to strike out on our own for some walking, taking a bus down to Lake Moreno, with the aim of walking across ...
... shock while our tour guide spent the evening looking for alternative accommodation (our original plan was to camp in bariloche but the tents (and our luggage) had been jammed in the truck). She ended up finding a hostel out of town so we piled on a van and headed out to bed (after a few more drinks at the bar that included beating up on locals at pool (with adequate levels of sledging), slurred Spanish lessons and offering ...
... I cant book any private tours alone. Though I could procure a map and go it alone, it's not very safe todo and its not very fun! So I turned to Facebook: "Who's been to Bariloche and how do I find multiday activities here?" It works. I get the name of some great travel agencies, and some advice on what's good to do. The next day is somewhat the same game. I find no treks that i can join, and no one offers multiday horseback rides or hikes. I put up some signs in the ...