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... the ship sailed.
Here is a great description of the National Park:
We stepped off the boat and had a great tour of the many trees from around the world that were imported and planted decades ago, as an experiment in horticulture. We saw Sequoias, Pondersosa Pines, and other non native species that have thrived on the island. After the first port of call on ...
... we are now happily ensconced in a friendly hostel that resembles a New Zealand/Swiss ski lodge. In fact the entire town has a decidedly European Alpine feel but with a distinctly South American flavour (ie dustier,windier and shabbier).
The winning feature for Bariloche as a tourist destination is its spectacular scenery and winter skiing. It is nestled on the edge of a large lake, Lago ...
Up early as I wanted to check out the town but as it's Sunday nothing was open. Oh dear…..
So a group of us (Karl and Cindy) went for a 2 hour to walk each way to check out the ski lift so we could get views and photos of the breath taking scenery. It was so windy up there but so worth it. The ski lift was fun too as ...
... a little marina. We had salami, cheese, and mustard sandwiches with a side of apples and epic mountains. Next up was Hidden Lake, which wasn't hard to find. It was cool. The loop had a few points that the bike dude had pointed out where we could take hikes or ride down roads to reach other locations. One we decided would be worth doing went out to a point that jutted out into the big lake by Bariloche. From there, we could see epic mountains, so I ...
... and slowly but surely the last houses passed us by and we were out into the wilds following the road toward the entrance of the Nahuel-Huapi National park.The lake lay on my right side as we drove and today it was calm without a ripple, already a reflective grey mirror carrying woolly clouds perfectly formed on its surface and as the temperature warmed minute by minute, I see a kettled steamed vapour beginning to rise from the thick white candy-floss clouds which ...