Charming - Luxury Lodge & Private Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... rather than just looking with your eyes, maybe some of the experience and connection to the place is lost. Now I have to admit that I think a lot of what I do on this blog is for other people and not so much myself. If I weren't worried about updating this or making the occasional Facebook post, I doubt there would be very many "demonstrative" pictures. To me, the prime, prime example of this is the selfie. Maybe I shouldn't be such an old grump, but ...
... other to revel in the Earths beauty.Our lives are too short to explore the immense picture book that surrounds us.
The park has an abundance of flora and fauna.It is dominated by beech trees which rise to heights of up to 50m ,they grow very slowly and many of the specimens in the park are in excess of 400 years old.There are no conifers in the park as these were exotic trees bought over by the Europeans to create the Alpine feel in the town of Bariloche. Mammals ...
... across to Puerto Panuelo is interesting and fun, and returns us nicely worn out to the bus.
There is no doubt that Bariloche's reputation is well earned, and justifiably a favourite destination for Argentines and visitors alike. The scenery is outstanding; outdoor activities abound; and to add final spice to the mix, great restaurants in town - and did I mention Bariloche is also the craft beer capital of Argentina - can it get any better ...
... when one of the lads got drunk and wandered off across the river for a nap. We spent 30-minutes looking for him and once we found him we decided to carry him back across the river. Was a bit of a mission (and a few lost jandles) but he made it home to bed for a good old spew. Just as we were throwing him to bed the lads turned up with our luggage. A couple of the boys (who could speak fluent spanish) had stayed behind with ...
... the shadows of the mountains. The water is refreshingly cool but not cold. I drag my fingers through it as I watch 6 little birds paddle past. Ridiculously beautiful. We stop on a beach for tea, coffee and alfajores. The best alfajores Ive ever tasted. Homemade and soft, covered in chocolate. We all chat a bit, take some photos, and get back on the water. While the guide helps the others get their skirts on, Ricardo and I help ourselves and set off. It's about 8:15pm and ...