El Corazon de la Bahia
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TripAdvisor Reviews El Corazon de la Bahia Villa La Angostura
Travel Blogs from Villa La Angostura
... isn't appropriate dress for when it is 4 degrees outside, but was convenient for when we arrived.
I rented some shoes and we climbed around for about an hour and a half until everyone was stuffed. The gym was purely bouldering and was pretty small, but the set up was pretty good.The walk home was even worse. The temperature had dropped dramatically and i was freezing. Note to self. Bariloche is cold when it approaches ...
... in the plaza and Easter Mass in the evening. The service was rather intense, lasting nearly 90 minutes and contained some slightly painful guitar accompaniment to a long list of hymns. The people of Neuquen seemed content with proceedings, packing out the aisles, as Sam struggled to stay awake...
Onward night bus to Mendoza, 12 hours.
... guy always trying to please the customers. He told us the best places to explore the region, where to go hiking for a great view, best restaurants to eat the region’s specialties at reasonable prices, best places to go camping and best fishing guides. He also invited us to really nice Mendonza’s champagne. Also, when we explained him that we could not find a tent to rent, he offered his to ...
... a huge dinner, the grand present-opening and fireworks at midnight; Christmas Day is rather more sedate & leisurely, with a lunch of leftovers and a much-needed afternoon siesta.
What an honour it was for us to be included with all the rest of the ...
... after two months there, Bolivia was a much harder nut to crack.
Bolivia seemed to have much more noticeable regional accents than the other countries we’ve been to – there was a stark contrast between the altiplano around La Paz and the lowlands around Santa Cruz. But one thing that Bolivians are famous for is their over-use of adorable diminutives – adding –ito or –ita to the end of words to make them infer ...