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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... I had arranged to get off the bus earlier at Ensanada as I had organised to climb volcano Osorno the next day. This is a whole other story.
We booked the Cruce Andino while staying in Bailoche. We'd discussed taking this tour previously but decided it was too expensive at $230 US per person (discounted). However after the Andesmar bus trip to Bariloche we decided to spend the money on Cruce Andino . The experience was worth every cent. Sometimes you just have to spend the money! ...
... foggiest what I want to do with my life work wise. Didn't manage to delete photos, look for jobs, do diary, nothing so felt guilty. Mariane and I headed out around 1.30. Just missed mum face timing me. We took bus to cerro campanario but missed the stop so had to walk a km back. Uphill straight away when we reached the hill, calves so so tight. I found it really hard and was in pain even though was only half hour up. Sky kinda cleared, better than it was earlier. ...
... shops and restaurants were closed, but we managed to find a small grocery store where we purchased some bread, sandwich meat, cheese, and chips. We found a botanical garden nearby and had a quiet picnic among the trees, fountains, and a few locals passing by. We were all tired, so it wasn't ***********vince the kids to have an early night back at the hotel. Unfortunately, I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't go back to sleep, so I spent some time ...
... 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.
... we learned more about:
- Spanish conquistadors who arrived in the region in the mid-16th Century
- Jesuits who landed to convert the nation to Catholicism