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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... snowboarding again. I lost out group when I stopped to adjust my bindings. I played around for the next hour or so until the lifts closed and made my way back to the hostel by bus. I met up with the guys afterwards for a few beers.
Sat 21st June, Today was pretty uneventful I spelt in and finally decided to get up and have a walk around the city. Chocolate shops everywhere! I got my bus ticket to Puerto Madryn for the next day. $700 ...
Once again I found myself amidst a group of Argentineans. This time they were three boys traveling together and a fourth traveling alone. We met in the hostel one evening and decided to spend the following day trekking Cerro Catedral together. The mountain is a ski resort in the winter and a trekking and mountain biking attraction in the summer.
The trek we did begins with a 40 minute ascension in two chairlifts and a ...
Enjoying another morning sleep in we awoke to a proper camp breakfast on the go. Eggs, toast and sausages. It was just what we needed to warm up and luckily as opposed to yesterday the sky was clear and the sun shining, so it looked as if it would warm into a nice day.
After Matthew bought a picnic lunch from the supermarket we made our way to Puerto Panuelo, the port for our afternoon boat cruise. The cruise would take us out into the Nahuel Huapi ...
... island were given as a gift by many countries from around the world. He carried on with some other stuff but I wasn't really paying much attention The views were awesome on this island and the waters were crystal clear. Would've been nice to go for a dip but it was far too cold. We got back on the catamaran and made our way to another island further away. It was a forest and again ...
After a 20 hour bus trip from Mendoza through country side closely resembling the Greater Karoo, with a dry landscape of small bushes, we were eventually greeted by the picturesque town of Bariloche. It is situated on the Nahuel Huapi lake in the Lake District of Argentina. The chilly weather was a welcome break from the sweltering heat of Mendoza. After scrambling for some warm clothes we headed off to find a taxi into town to the Green House hostel. It is a small hostel ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center