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... late, I have no map, and no wifi to use on my iPhone. There was a gas station I remembered seeing on the way in so I decided to walk back the way I came in hopes of finding a map or a recomendation. I was a little grumpy at this point and not quite sure how it was gonna shake out when I got some reassurance from an unexpected companion. Stray dogs in Argentina are pretty commonly seen. I mean, they're not taking over the streets but you're gonna see them. Up in ...
I got the bus back into town and then spent the night chilling at the hostel with some of the new roommates in my dorm. I went out for dinner at a place called Manush and had a really good burger with a microbrewed honey beer. It was all delicious, and a perfect way to spend my last night in Bariloche. This is definitely a place I would come back to and spend at least a week here. Hopefully next time I won’t be so ...
... normal; font-weight: normal;">Argentina has 40 million people, while Chile has just 15, making it the little sister.We had lunch at Tinto Bistro in Villa La Angostura, Patagonia. Most all enjoyed their lunch choice, from curry chicken to lamb quesadilla. Then we transferred another 10 minutes to a Patagonia Catamaran for a two-hour ride across 200-square-mile Lake Nahuel Huapi to Llao Llao Resort (pronounced several ways, including "Ji-ow ...
... and rivers that Patagonia is so famous for.
Now, Argentina is massive - it's the eighth largest country in the world - which means it takes AGES to get ANYWHERE (hence the 24 hour bus ride to Bariloche). Patagonia takes up a third of Argentina's land mass (it also takes up a lot of Chile, too), so there's a lot to cover. With just 2.5 weeks to see as much as possible, we decided to hire a car. It's an expensive way to see Patagonia but then, unless you do it all by ...
... for an additional morning moving in a large cloud of dust in the broiling sun across the Pategonian scrub land.
Occasionally we come across a small group of horses taking advantage of whatever little shade they can find. Are they wild?
When the great iron monster of a train thunders by twice a week the wild life scatters momentarily in alarm before returning to grazing. We see huge hares, lots of sheep and ...