Hotel Cacique Inacayal
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Fantastic views, large and lovely rooms, nice lounge area and very close to the wonderful town.
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... 60pesos each. CASH only.
No matter the views were great, though i really liked Cerro Otto yesterday. At the top we tried to recreate some of our old photos but we could not find the tree from them. We got some good photos together with the timer which is nice because it's usually just one of us in the photos.
Going down was faster but more difficult. The deep fine dust. The steep parts. The feet sliding ...
... the top, doing it easy! Its a fabulous view, living up to its reputation as one of the best views in the world; the panorama is difficult to describe or capture in photos but the tall mountains reflected in lakes and with green foothills crossing through the foreground is truly spectacular. A hot chocolate in a cafe there while admiring this view is a great way to spend an hour or two. Then its on ...
... and I’m hoping to finally get some kayaking in, I’ve kind of been missing it of late!
Now I’m in Bariloche camping right on the shores of Lake Nahuel Haupi, it’s a famous winter ski resort but apparently there is stuff to do here in the other seasons. However it’s rained the majority of our time here so far! My dreams of sunset kayaking were smashed into a million pieces when I heard the wind creating huge waves in the lake last night as I ...
... and finally leave Argentina! This actually only took me about 20 minutes in total once i was in the correct queue and just involved them printing out a form saying i had arrived in the country with a visa. Easy.
I spent the day wandering around town and hiking up to a lookout above the town. I also managed to find a bus that was leaving at 7am the next morning so booked myself a ticket and prepared to finally leave Argentina and on to San Pedro de Atacama in Chile.
... and rivers that Patagonia is so famous for.
Now, Argentina is massive - it's the eighth largest country in the world - which means it takes AGES to get ANYWHERE (hence the 24 hour bus ride to Bariloche). Patagonia takes up a third of Argentina's land mass (it also takes up a lot of Chile, too), so there's a lot to cover. With just 2.5 weeks to see as much as possible, we decided to hire a car. It's an expensive way to see Patagonia but then, unless you do it all by ...