Nido del Condor Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... we can do it. Illness hits me. Pollen everywhere and exhausted I was forced to rest halfway to Bariloche our final destination in Argentina. I came down with something awful. Not feeling well we still decided to push to our next spot. We had to get out of the tent and the cold for me to really rest. Thoughts on the worst day of my life: Who knew you could have so many emotional breakdowns in one day? Up hill More uphill Steady climb ...
... and sat there for a while to enjoy the view. David declared himself the happiest been on the trip and so to celebrate we bought more strudel, 3 more empanadas, another hot chocolate and a glass of red wine. We sat there for an hour or so and enjoyed them, taking in the view. Then we took the chairlift down and then the bus to Llao Llao, where there is a huge posh hotel. We didn't go to the hotel but went down to the adjacent harbour and then walked the Circuito Chico, ...
... with shops selling outdoor adventure gear and chocolatiers. Combine this with the nearby ski resorts and mountainous setting, and you'd be forgiven for thinking this was somewhere in the Swiss alps.
It's the start of the peak ski season in Bariloche, and the hostel I'm in is comfortably crowded, mostly with other backpackers although Bariloche is a popular destination for high school students' end of year celebrations, too. There's just one communal ...
... and collectors pieces. I bought a few that spoke to me: one wrapped in carved leather, like a baseball with personality, and one from a natural gourd in a traditional style. I also bought the bombillas (straws) to drink the tea. That evening I took a 24 hour bus from Bariloche to Buenos Aires. I wanted to be in the city for New Years Eve. In hind sight, I probably should have gone to the near by hippie town of Buson for New Years. It was a hard adjustment for me being back in ...
... to see the beautiful landscape made of a myriad of lakes framed by stunning mountains, followed by a twentyseven kilometers bicycle ride along a beautiful road on the lakes, with countless stunning views. At the top of Campanario we also bumped into an American couple, Rawson and Isaac, whom we met in El Bolson: strange how it often happens to see the same people in different places, and strange how most of the time they end up being very nice people: we had a pleasant ...