El Candil Hotel
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... d expected but it was pretty cool hearing it cracking like thunder as it grinds it's way down the mountain, but global warming is taking its toll and it may be gone in 15 years, **** you BP!!
Anyway, off to Chile, so another exit stamp from Argentina (think that makes 3 now, and not my last) and another game of bingo on the bus, yes, don't ask me why but they play bingo on the buses here, it helping with my Spanish number though so I get that out of it.
... with brownie, helado and rich hot chocolate. Exhausted, we rewarded our day's efforts with a stop-off at the brewery, Berlina, in time for 'happy hour' and enjoyed some very tasty ales.
We finished our time in Bariloche meeting up with Sophie and Stefan, a French couple who had been on the M/V Ushuaia, and we had randomly bumped into on the bike ride.
Onward bus to Neuquen, 6 hours.
... m now having one of those dreadful travel days where you wish you could instantly transport yourself home and be in the comfort of your own dwelling, isolated from the crazy things some people/companies/countries come up with to make you miserable and wholly unwelcome.
I refused the outrageous ATM fee and proceeded through security, which thankfully did not involve a long line or any further absurdity (except that there’s only two ...
... the shadows of the mountains. The water is refreshingly cool but not cold. I drag my fingers through it as I watch 6 little birds paddle past. Ridiculously beautiful. We stop on a beach for tea, coffee and alfajores. The best alfajores Ive ever tasted. Homemade and soft, covered in chocolate. We all chat a bit, take some photos, and get back on the water. While the guide helps the others get their skirts on, Ricardo and I help ourselves and set off. It's about 8:15pm and ...
... we aren´t wet! We checked into the hotel, got some lunch and then did a quick walk around town before we had to be back to be picked up for our afternoon site seeing tour - ¨Circuito Chico¨(little circuit.) We stopped at Cerro Campanario and took the chairlift to the top of the mountain lookout. The views were stunning. It was hard to stop snapping pictures. It was cloudy on the one side, but the other was clear and sunny. With 360 degree views, ...