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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
Nosso primeiro dia na cidade. Fomos conhecer a praça do centrinho, caminhamos pela rua Mitre e fizemos o Circuito Chico com o pessoal da Formaturismo. Pela manhã havia sol e, do nada, o tempo fechou e ficou assim por uns quatro dias.
Fui com minhas amigas Luísa, Raquel e Sofia, comemorando nosso último ano da escola. Brasiloche, como costuma ser chamada a cidade no inverno, fica no sudoeste da Argentina, pertinho pertinho dos Andes. É linda! Amo demais aquele lugar.
... hostel we headed to nearby Porto Manzano to find a room for the night. In the end the only place we were able to find (which was open) was a 4star spa and hotel. Not the kind of place we'd come to know well on our travels but with options limited this was a nice excuse to treat ourselves. The place was empty of guests and so ended up having the whole place to ourselves, including full use of sauna, swimming pool and an outdoor jacuzzi overlooking the lake. Winning!
... and it was just lucky we asked when we could not find our expected bus. On inspection our tickets did have the other bus we just had not really looked so bit stupid.
The drive to the border is uneventful and the day is not great (very low cloud) and Gabriella is still coming down from her Antarctica high with obvious exhaustion (cant blame her). She was in fact so exhausted that she fell out of the bus at immigration in Argentina. After passing the last lot of ...
... fieldwork with Paty knowing that I was studying volcanic erruptions around Lagoona Maule. Thats pretty much it. So when I saw the spades and trowls I was a little curious.
It took a day to get from Malague to a place called Las Loicas close to the border with Chile. We stayed here the night before meeting with our Baciano *the horse packer and carer* Edmundo, who packed all of our bags on to three mules. Very expertly I might add, this was not an easy task.
It took ...