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... more like American chocolate to proper Swiss /Belgian or even Cadbury's...I did have to buy some,for the sake of research! Quite a few buildings in the German style,including our hotel. Last night after walking arou d the town and seeing a sign for goulash outside a German style restaurant we went back to it as we really fancied a gravy type dinner........it has to be the most dissapointing meal of our trip and the most ...
... me in almost American English about the photo. I was floored. We started chatting, and I offered him some berries. It turned out that we were going in the same direction and had had similar plans that we were about to abandon in favour of the bus. After a few moments, he said "ok, let's go!" and we started off together. At this point, random non-creepy Spanish-speaking hiking dude seemed like the lesser of two evils when weighed against walking along an Argentinian roadside. Safety ...
... a bit further up on the road until the turn off for the track to Villa Tacul. It wasn't long before we were deep into the forest - there were some impressively tall and perfectly straight trees, which were about 40m high. And it wasn't just a few of them, there were hundreds of them, packed very close to each other. The undergrowth was thick with native bamboo and the odd flowering bush.
The tracks were littered with branches that had been blown out the trees ...
... approx 3/4pm until 7/8pm. The average dining time here is 9pm. There are a few cafés that stay open all day (Friends & La Esquina being two that I could recommend both have very good wifi). With the busses when travelling with your luggage you have to tip the porters putting the luggage on the bus ($Arg10) and off. I copped onto the first porter but thought the initial tip would have been shared with the guys unloading the bus but I don't think that ...
... in hand prints, pictures of animals and hunting scenes. It's really incredible to see it in person after so many millennia. Painted using animal blood, powdered minerals like copper, and saliva, the prints are red, orange and greenish and look like they were done yesterday. It's reckoned that the people who made the prints migrated to the canyon every winter to escape the snows for 8,000 years!
From there we had a final fuel stop and then a long, lonely 300km drive ...