Estancia Peuma Hue
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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We were planning on another walk today but based on yesterdays lacklustre attempt decided not to bother. Instead Rach and I went our separate ways and solo I headed to a ski lift 18km out of town down a road that snaked alongside the main lake of the town. Our bus card had run out of money, so I had to give people on the bus(es) ...
... quiet - they were great company and the hostel had a really relaxed, sociable atmosphere. We all went out for dinner one night, there were several trips to an ice cream shop that Bariloche residents swear is the best in the country, and the obvious get togethers for the world cup semi finals (after Argentina made it to the final the whole town went mad - everyone poured into the main square, singing and dancing for hours. Vamos Argentina!).
On my last day in ...
... keep going for a bit longer, passing the turn off for Colonia Suiza. Deciding I better not skip lunch, I stopped for some tasty pumpkin sorrentinas in a funky place called Gilberts close by, which reminded me of a chalet restaurant we visited on a work trip to Tahoe, complete with snowshoes on the walls, wooden pictures of the lake, and a fin del Mundo sign.
It was a super chilled ...
... finished yet though. We talked to a couple in Puerto Natales who ran into three girls from our cruise who we had hiked with in Parque Nacional Tierra del Fuego. On the trail in Torres del Paine, we passed two ladies who were on our bus from Ushuaia to Punta Arenas. They appeared again as we were walking around El Calafate. However, we thought we were done with the repeat customers when we boarded the bus in El Calafate for a 28-hour long ...
... to get a piece of the egg and that it started on the main street. We stood in another crowd of people for more than 40 minutes. Nothing was moving and they weren’t letting anybody in the queue. It was such a ridiculous system and people soon started getting annoyed and pushing the crowd. Little kids started crying and one guy climbed under the barrier to get his kid out of the chaos. This barrier led to the queue for the egg so he gave everybody the idea to just crawl under it, ...