Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... fun then straight into a Grade 4 - Ecstasy - again so much fun, we nearly flipped but somehow managed to stay upright. The next couple were Grade 2 or 2+ Relax and Vaseline. Appropriately named as Relax was relatively easy and Vaseline, a little tougher as we had to paddle hard to do a right turn to squeeze between a huge rock and the cliff wall. It really was time to relax then and we were allowed to get off the raft and swim in the river for a while. I jumped ...
... full of hot milk making a great hot chocolate. Once back at the hostel the girls decided too cook and the lads went out for another steak, one of the best yet, it was huge. We all chilled out together back at the hostel with some other English and Irish that had checked in today. A couple of bottles of wine later we were ready for bed not a huge night as Steve had booked an excursion to go horse riding and Kerry to do the circuito ...
... of the day without full translation of what it was and he gallantly ate most of his offal stew.
Leaving the restaurant we wandered the streets some more and took in the view from the lake and the main square. On our return to camp we relaxed for a while before getting ready to head back into town and dine out on fondue in the right restaurant this time. The fondue was awesome and we tried the cheese, meat with ...
... morning on our ten day trip up north where we will witness completely different scenery to that which we saw down south. It's all about the desert, the salt flats and the pink flamingoes...too excited. And that my friends and family completes another rather lengthy blog entry. I hope you have found it a little entertaining, a little inspiring and that it has perhaps stirred within you a hunger to follow your dreams of travel and adventure. To end, an apt quote by Hans Christian Andersen "To travel, is to ...
... like this well into the night. Not to let our spirits be dampened in anyway we accepted an invite to go to a micro brewery,Cerveza Fabrica, for a few beers with hostel friends James and Catherine and a few of their Spanish class friends. The beers were quite expensive but much to our delight we realised that we arrived there just as happy hour started and beers were all half price. We ordered one round and after sampling everyone's beers and deciding which one you liked ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service