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... how old the ice is. Then it was time for the real fun to begin. Jay was the first to abseil down into a deep crevasse, using his newly learnt ice-climbing he hauled himself out with ease. Next was my turn, I cannot lie my heart was beating a million miles a minute and my palms were getting increasingly sweaty, I took my first step of the cliff and continued down. At the bottom I paused for good minute or two and was amazed by the silence all I heard was the tiny trickling of water ...
The main town square of Bariloche is very beautiful, the buildings are stone and log and the view of the lake and surrounding mountains is beautiful. Our hostel was on the top floor of the tallest apartment building in the city and had incredible views! The weather in Bariloche was pretty ordinary so we didn't do too much while here. We went to an incredible steak restaurant (twice) and also a very ...
... and Patagonia on my iPad. The more I read about it, the more excited I became, and my enthusiasm for our trip started to build back up again.
From the images I found on the web, Bariloche looked a lot like Queenstown with beautiful lake Nahuel Huapi as a backdrop and surrounded by the Andes Mountains. But that's where the similarities ended. As we arrived in Bariloche and checked into our apartment, it was clear that we weren't in New Zealand. San Carlos ...
... travelling back into town
mid-afternoon. Decided to spend the rest of the day wandering around town and
picked up a fair few souvenirs as this would probably be our last time to shop
in Argentina before travelling home. We decided to again have tea at the hostel
so got the ingredients for nachos and fresh salsa which went down very well.
... some shots of the chapel for the blog. Thanks, guys. And to Candace and Marti who supplied shots in the afternoon.
We checked out the resort shops, then Anne and I got our swimsuits on and headed to the heated indoor/outdoor pool. There's a place to swim under the glass doors and out to a view of the big lake and the Andes. Lovely lovely. If the weather could just have cooperated. It rained on us and the wind was ...