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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 …
... 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 ...
... discovered a restaurant in front of the German travelers we were ever encountered on our trip. He spontaneously decided to eat at the restaurant with us. We had a fondue with very tasty sauces and bread. We were a bit surprised because you had to order rice or fries separately at the beginning. However, we were glad that we had not ordered a side dish of our serving.
From German travelers we had to do to get us shirts with sun protection for the desert to buy. After scour ...
The town of Bariloche is situated in the south of Argentinian Lake District in stunning landscape of lakes and snow capped mountains. It has a noticeable Swiss influence with numerous chocolate shops the size of supermarkets! In the winter this town serves as a ski resort and in the summer provides outdoor enthusiasts (including us) an opportunity to break up the journey south to Patagonia.
We ventured up the Cerro Otto cable car and ...
... weeks. And one morning there was no rain and the sun came out. The people were able to see that the giant dark cone was bright and covered by ice and snow. So the devil is a prisoner of the ice encased volcano - a whole new perspective on the damage global warming could do!!
Back to the 6 lakes. First lake - Llanquihue - (pronounced Yankeeway) about 420 square miles. It's fed by rain water and only 15%25 by melting snow caps. Lake Ropanko is filled ...