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... different pastry. They didn't look particularly big but they were filling, Maria had to give the last bit of hers to David.
After our feed, we walked to Mirador Bandurrias. It was quite a bit of uphill on paths in woods at the edge of the lake. It only too about 45 minutes to reach the lookout and we were rewarded with nice views, despite the clouds, of the lake, the town and the snowy mountains beyond. We met the English couple, Anthony and Chris from yesterday's ...
... and is only going to grow. The rangers were helpful and said we should walk another 1km up to a few local houses and see if anyone was heading to town or if not they could get us a cab. We walked up to the few houses but didn’t have any luck so we retreated to the ranger station just in time. It had already been raining and we were wet but the next burst of rain and wind was just plain crazy. We waited in the warm for an hour and a half ...
... hike. A lady at a tourist agency told me yesterday that it was about a 12 k circuit but seemed slightly wary when I suggested that I could do it on foot and skip the bicycle. After and hour or so of hiking uphill I saw a sign that indicated that San Martín, the town, was another 16 k away!! I must have hiked 25 k in total because I took a quick 2 k detour to the Catitre beach. Needless to say I am now a bit ...
... bag, we decided to push on past Villa La Angostura and
head straight for San Martin de Los Andes. We took the famous Ruta de Siete
Lagos, or route of seven lakes. We climbed narrow roads with breathtaking
vistas. The Caribbean blue waters shimmered in the sunlight. We really enjoyed
it until pavement gave way to dirt and soot. Joaquin explained to me that last
year a volcano next door in Chile erupted, causing the ...
... town nestling in a valley by a lake and we stayed in a cabin-style unit on a hill just on the edge of town, called Las Cumbres. It is a bit old and wood-chalet-style but spacious and comfortable and had all the facilities we wanted to self-cater.
It became apparent that this whole lakes area of Northern patagonia is still being affected intermittently ...