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... in Torres del Pain we still did three day hikes here. The panoramic views were stunning from Cerro Campanario, and Cerro Llao Llao it was worth the steep climbs! The other hike we did was Cerro Catherdral which is a ski resort in winter, again offering beautiful views of Bariloches mountains and lakes.
We also rented mountain bikes one of the days here and completed the hilly 27Km ...
... After taking a few pictures, we continued on the main path, and eventually found a side trail that led down to a secluded beach. It was completely private, and we were the only ones there. We ran around for a while, skipped a few rocks, took some more pictures, and made our way back to the car. What a great day.
Llao Llao - Wow Wow!
On our first day at Llao Llao, we were picked up at ...
... its actually 9 so the grafitti is getting outdated.
3 Quilmes and an alfajor cost 95 pesos. $10.92! I just can't get over it.
We went to Cerro campanario today. The bus system has changed. Cash is not accepted. You must find a kiosk to buy the reloadable plastic card and then add money to it. We took the #20. It cost $9pesos each way. The ride is 40 minutes long. Its a regular bus so it was full of ...
... too close for comfort to Sam. The ride took us just over 3 hours and we were starving by the time we got back to the city. We had a couple of quick toasted sandwiches at a cafe hoping to then catch a bus to La Gutierrez, but we just missed it and they didn't stop as we flagged him down. We had to wait for an hour for the next bus ...
... cake, with matches as candles, ingenious!
On our final day we departed the hostel (the friendly owner gave us a discount as we didn't have exact change and she didn't have change - unheard of in South America, they usually round up rather than down!!) for El Bolson (only a couple of hours away), and damn we were sore! From the unusual movement of the horse to falling on our backsides all day boarding, we could hardly move a joint or muscle from head to ...