Crans Montana Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
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... store. It was very strange trying to get what we wanted when all of the labels are in Spanish. It also took us a long time to find out that there was no way to be certain what we were getting without looking inside the packaging so most of our items had pictures of what was inside (that is not usually the best way to shop because the marketing pictures make the meal look so much better than it is). During the time that we were shopping, my father was renting us a car. ...
... along with around 10 others for a 20 minute journey to lago Gutierrez. The sophisticated two person kayaks contained pedals for steering the rudder and after some brief instructions we set off for the middle of the lake. After an hour of taking in the panoramic views we stopped by the beach for a coffee and set off back to shore again. The head wind ensured the return leg was slightly more difficult but still enjoyable.
Back in Bariloche we ...
... of the road weren't paved meaning bouncy gravel. It looks like that is a permanent thing rather than a work in progress.
We rolled into Bariloche at 10pm. So a 23hour bus. My big backpack was soaky. Either leaky bus or the bus guys kept dumping on the floor when people were getting off at other stops. Either way it was very uncool, but after such a long transit I wasn't in the mood to kick up a fuss so we grabbed a taxi to the hostel. ...
... t make it all the way back to the hostel. After 45 mins of standing up in a massively overcrowded bus i had to get off early as i felt like i was going to faint.
I managed to walk the last part back to the hostel and learnt a big lesson on recovery and not overdoing it. I spent the rest of the next day hostel bound again very sick!
The following day after that i decided to cut my losses and continue my trip as i had a deadline to meet my dad in Cusco and felt ...
... to get vertical at the end--I need to work on my dismount. The next two were a bit tricky, climbing right through or over the waterfall with boulders to navigate. My dismount improves. It's really fun. Thank goodness these two Miami characters have waterproof bags for their iPhones. They took photos and videos of us all the whole day. We climbed beside the river to a log and walk the log about 40 feet above the waterfall. Don't worry mom, we clipped onto a cable for that ...