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The importance of being grateful – Bariloche edition
- Our local host, Raquel, who was so helpful she even checked us into our flight!
- The views from our hotel – Kyle was hooked to Bariloche TV
- The tour, which included pit stops at Llao Llao Hotel (Kyle promised to return for our 25 year anniversary!) and a …
... which included a small over hang at the start. For this climb we abseiled down to a large ice block wedged in the crevasse where we could stand and really get a sense of the atmosphere, enormous size and scale of the glacier. Again, I made Jay go first, he completed the climb with ease. Me, well I made it down fine but on the way up I lost my footing and had a fall, lucky I was attached to a rope. I was fine, but it did give Jay and our instructor scare as they could not see me.
... a few other things. One of the days Colin and I hired bikes and biked a 3km loop around the national park called Circuito Chico. Along the way we stopped off at a small town called Colonia Suiza. It's barely a town and mostly just tourist shops and a small food market but it was really cool. We had lunch here before carrying on to complete the circuit. The scenery today was some of the best! Very ...
... in the making of delicious chocolate treats. As we walked around town, we found another European-imported legacy: large dogs. From German Shepherds to St. Bernards, every dog we saw in Bariloche was huge and well-fed.
About a week before we arrived, our landlord had let us know that we were getting an apartment "upgrade" in Bariloche. We were pleasantly surprised as this meant each kid would get their own bedroom (always a plus). Although we weren't reassured when ...
... seeing how many very big trees had fallen over. We had enjoyed lunch
at the lookout and at the end of the long days walk caught the bus back to town
and grabbed some veggies to cook a meal in the hostel. It was great to have a
change to fresh vegetables for tea and we slept well being totally worn out
from the day.