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An interesting bus trip over to Baraloche of about 5 hours. San Carlos de Baraloche is the Swiss Alps of the Andies with the most amazing lakes. Much more touristy compaired to some of the places we have been recently. We have not heard any English spoken for a few days,I expect it will be different here! Its very busy, lots of tourists, lots of shops, everyother being a chocolate shop.....unfortunately the quality of the ...
... sandwich truck and a nice view over a lake, and I stopped to grab a basket of raspberries and a cookie. There were a bunch of English speakers there, and I said something flippant to them (I think I commented on the road and asked them their route). They got up and left, and lo and behold, who should ask me to take his picture but the Interesting Looking Guy I'd been following. I'd wished that my Spanish was better, because he looked like the kind of person I'd like to get to know. ...
... 8km along the road to Puerto Panuelo, the closest stop to the entrance of Parque Municipal Llao-Llao. Puerto Panuelo isn't a village as such, it's just a harbour for boats and a port for lake tours to places like Villa la Angostura's Bosque de los Arrayanes.
We left the port behind us and walked inland for about 1km, past the golf course, to the information point where Parque Municipal de Llao-Llao's walks start and end. After a quick break for a sandwich, ...
... the bus at Puerto Pañuelo (which is where you start the walk up the road to the start of the trek) or you can stay on the bus for one more stop which is the last stop which brings you to the hotel. On the busses most of the sights & the bus stops for them go by the distance from Bariloche Centro (e.g. The stop for Cerro Campanario is 17.5km out of town & Puerto Pañuelo is 25.5km out of town). Most of the restaurants here open for lunch but then ...
... lesson in fuel economy at the same time. From Perito Moreno we set off on another day's drive to the mountainside village of El Chalten. On the way we made a 90km detour (nothing in this part of the world) to the world famous cave paintings of Cueva de los Manos.
Much like you might have done as a kid or with your kid by painting your hands and making hand prints, people did the same thing 9,000 years ago. Nestled in a remote canyon is a cave with its outer ...