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... and Swiss influence here means that every third or fourth shop is an artisanal chocolate shop. The deliciousness was amazing. To top it all off there are endless things to do in Bariloche. There's a maze of extensive trekking trails connecting well set up refugios that cover the surrounding mountains, there are national parks, there are beautiful lakes, there's skiing and snow sports, there paragliding, there's kayaking, white water rafting, hot springs, bike trails, anything you ...
... calving” off and crashing into the grey pool below.It extends kilometers upwards , a never ending cycle of creation and destruction , a blue print for life in one spectacular view.
For the thrill seekers: At the very top of Torandor that Xmas cake I was referring to is now revealed close up.It is in fact a “hanging glacier” situated at the top of the mountain,the “royal icing” is a 70m thick 800m long wall of ice sitting precariously ...
... for some hours. Watched 2 movies (I still have not one clue what the hell Riddick with Vin Diesel was about) and edible meals were served on board. Last but not least, the toilet was clean and perfectly usable.
We had to change buses at Nequen at 9 in the morning for a 9.20 bus to Bariloche. This being South American time and all, we eventually left Nequen around noon and arrived in Bariloche at around 6pm. Was a bit doddery when I got off the bus:))
... got to have a bonfire out back, along the side of a creek on a perfectly clear night. Aside from all the excitement, our introduction to Patagonia was even more beautiful than we thought it would be. Bariloche is in the Lake District so everywhere you look you see crystal blue and green lakes that sit in front of snow capped mountains. It's first settlers were Germans and Swiss so just like Pucon, the architecture was beautiful and cozy and the town was filled with cafes, ...
... due to the winter solstice celebration. On Saturday we visited the National Park (where all the photos were taken) and walked to the Cascada de Los Duendes (the waterfall of the elves) and to the Mirador (viewpoint) overlooking the Lago (lake) Guitierrez. We then walked up and round a (relatively small) mountain to Cerro Catedral which is apparently the largest specifically made ski resort in South America. It was strange to ...