- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was absolutely boiling. We were both knackered when we finished and the last uphill stretch was quite difficult. But we made it! Without getting off and walking at all, either (so proud). We went out for a drink and some dinner and then collapsed into bed, totally conked out. It's been a fantastic couple of weeks travelling in Argentina, and we are not completely decided on where we are going next, not least because it really is so busy and full! Wherever we can find a bed I guess...
... enlightened. It is easier to meet new people if you stay in a dorm, as often if you are a couple people don’t approach you quite as much as if you are single or in a dorm.
Saturday 10th January
We take a taxi to the bus terminal. In Bariloche they use the same bus payment system as in Buenos Aires, you either have exact change in coins, which are literally impossible to obtain or you have a local top-up card, which you have to apply for. ...
... for free. Once we'd set up camp, we started out towards the Circuito Chiquito, a hiking trail that lead through the Llao Llao national park and weaved it's way around some of the most beautiful lakes I've ever seen. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves, but this was a breathtakingly I spectacular day. By the end of the day we'd walked about 24kms and were ready to head back to the Swiss colony and treat ourselves to a drink at the famous Berlina brewery there. We got home ...
Three days in Bariloche is all I have and on my way to the hotel yesterday I had a lovely chat with a representative of the agency.Cindy was telling me all about the excursions I could have during my stay and we continued our chat for an hour or so in the hotel lobby.She was of the original generation of peoples who made up this little town,which is not that old but has so I am told a very interesting and unusual past.
I bought two tours ...
So, after a week and a half of partying and procrastinating i've finally decided to get around to letting everybody know what i've been up to... Buenos Aires is a great city, spectacular colonial architecture mixed with some of the most beautiful street art (graffiti) in the world, and a more vibrant nightlife than even Londres (all the clubs here open at 2am!). However, having lived in big cities all my life I found that I had seen everything there was to see ...