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... our journey and boy, after that our ride could not have been more beautiful! Up steep hills and down again we witnessed our first taste of Patagonia beauty and finally realized what bicycle touring was really about. Amy witnessed birds, as she so loves to do, and I enjoyed the smell of pine trees and flowers, taking it slow and enjoying the ride. Arrival to the park changed our moods quickly. A few words regarding riding a bicycle through a ...
... couldn't see the tops of the mountains but it was much better than yesterday. We soon entered the national park and went on a hike through the forest to a waterfall. The foliage and scenery reminded me of Tasmania. I drank some of the water from the waterfall and it was lovely and pure. We walked through a forest of what looked like bamboo, to another waterfall which created a misty wind where it fell. After this we stopped at a refugio for lunch. We indulged in hot ...
... neighbourhoods etc, the main road in Bariloche which follows the lakeside, is just marked in kilometers and each KM marker becomes a bus stop, very easy!) We walked along a quiet road around the lake towards a camp site and from the campsite followed a trail to a pretty little waterfall and then another trail uphill to a 'mirador' (viewpoint). The second trail was quiet steep but we had the spectacular viewpoint all to ourselves again so ...
... vertical four-limbed climbing at some points. We followed Bruno and the red dot that marked the path up the mountainside. It was satisfying and challenging, and we had the best weather. We walked about 20 minutes along he ridge to the valley lookout. The river below stretched through a long valley with more of the rocky jagged tops. Quite stark contrast and quite beautiful. From there I decided to turn back. Bruno continued, and ended up taking about 6 more hours to get ...
... giorno in Argentina. Ultimo almeno per ora, visto che andiamo in Cile per poi rientrare fra qualche giorno. Abbiamo studiato un piano un po' contorto ma veloce ed economico per arrivare fino in fondo alla Patagonia: in autobus da Bariloche fino a Puerto Varas, dall'altra parte delle Ande in Cile, poi volo dal vicino aeroporto di Puerto Montt verso il sud.
Il viaggio in autobus attraverso le Ande è stato spettacolare, passare la frontiera abbastanza facile non fosse per ...