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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... was loitering in the lobby like forlorn cows under a tree in a rain storm,no one venturing to go out and what do people do when they are stuck in doors with nothing to do ,they eat and drink coffee,despite having had breakfast just an hour ago! I thought I have three choices here :1. Join the cows, 2. Venture out into the pouring rain, 3. Go back and skulk in my room.I chose the rain route and with bush hat on and moldy coat I ventured into the streets.
... the cold for a while and enjoyed watching the snow fall. On our arrival into Bariloche we were once again greeted with a stunning view of the Andes. It's a view I will never get tired of and will miss as we begin to head towards the middle of Argentina. We found our hostel at the top of the hill and were pleasantly surprised to find that Vicki, Chris, Lauren and I were given a four bed dorm with ensuite. Fantastic! We were keen to ...
... on the main plaza in town. Saw several wildlife displays and other historical displays. From the information I could gather, Argentina has a very similar frontier culture to the United States, which to me, is very interesting. After the museum, we headed back to the hotel for the obligatory siesta - seeing as afternoon is one of the better times to sleep in Argentina!
We decided to take a taxi out ...
I'm too sleepy to write anything tonight as we still seem to be struggling to find our land legs and we did a mini hike of about 15km around the Nahuel Huapi National Park today. Manuel Huapi means "Island of the Tiger" in the Mapuche, the indigenous language of this area, but we managed not to bump into any of them ;-) As the views were so beautiful, and it was the first full day I haven't worn my woolly hat, I just wanted ...
... Llao - in some ways though quite similar to what you see on the bike ride. We do see some wildlife including woodpeckers, Bandurria and Carrancho. At the refugio I decide to go further up the cerro maybe even the top but stop after thirty minutes as it is effectively a climb over the cliff face and know it will be a harder climb back down and starting to feel a bit exhausted. I do get rewarded with some lovely views all the way back to Bariloche.
The Money ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool