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Chocolate Festival. Check
Giant chocolate covered egg. Check
Carve shapes out of lump of tree trunk Chain saw competition. Check
Street food. Check
Ripcurl Bariloche Classics kite surfing competition. Check
Ps. Oh and asado later!!!
Pps. Asado is an Argentinian bbq with lots of red meat. And vino
Ppps. Meat sweats tonight :-(
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... restaurants and public transportation. We are not sure how we will continue our learning once we return home, but we know that we will figure that out.
We will be in Bariloche one more week and then we start our 4 week drive into Patagonia, through the Chilean lake district and over to the wine country around Mendoza, Argentina. If you are interested in seeing pictures I have taken with my phone you can see them on facebook.
Well we woke up bright and early to be directed to BBC news siting wide spread looting in Argentina originating in......yes you got it, Bariloche! Great. Everything is booked so we decide to take our chances. When we get here we find no trouble. The windows of the carrefour which is the biggest supermarket has all its windows smashed and there is a ...
... feeling particularly fat and I made the executive decision that instead of taking the chairlift to the summit we would walk to the top. We had read in our trusty Lonely Planet guide book that it was a steep walk but since we'd both recently graduated in Patagonian Mountain Hikery, a little hill overlooking Bariloche would be a cinch. Hmmmm, wrong decision Fry, it was really, really steep and the rain set in, the whole way up we couldn't see anything because we were in the ...
... and took another 45 minute trip to El Bosque de Arrayanes. On this boat trip I met a girl from Denmark (because I'm pretty sure we were the only 2 people on the boat that weren't native Spanish speakers and when I said "yes" in my clearly American accent after she asked me to take a picture, we bonded). She was in Bariloche for a conference for her job; she's a scientist doing research with neutrons? Wow! How do I meet such different and cool people? We had some ...