Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... from the same place
Cost: walk is free bus was around 7 pesos each one way.
Food and Drink:
Have ice cream and chocolate need I say more!
Getting there and around:
We came from Puerto Montt. We booked our ticket the night before on Cruz Del Sur (it was actually Norte bus we travelled on). There are numerous buses that do this route but some not everyday (cruz del sur seem to go each day) and most departures seem to be in the morning (around ...
... through the Punto Panoramico and finally ended up almost back at my starting point about 6.5hours later. Although, a whole lot dustier, with very tired legs and quite hungry!! I enjoyed the walk, but had expected it to be slightly more scenic than it turned out to be. Most of the road went through forests and it was only at certain points you got glimpses of the views overlooking the lakes and mountains. It would have been the same if I'd been on a ...
... things, we got so scared that we refused to take the bus down to the house and decided to walk the 10 kilometers back. By this time we were already tiring and rather sore but no amount of soreness would make us wait for a bus with so many people.
We made it down at around 6, got home, squid mowed the lawn as a favor to Victor and the three of us made pizza for dinner and tucked into bed at around midnight, exhausted and ready to see Denise and Shadow!!
... no more Easter eggs remaining driving us on we plunged ourselves into the melee, bought an assortment of chocolate eggs, found a quieter spot and promptly devoured them while watching the chaos around us!
Later in the day, after having some downtime in the hostel, we ventured back into town to have some dinner and book a car for the next 2 days.
What I haven’t mentioned yet is the weather. For the first time on the holiday, the ...