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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... nothing about it, but figured I needed to get involved at some point. It turns out that the Cerro Lopez trek is pretty much straight uphill for the duration. It was a bit of a shock to the system (gym seems a long time ago!), but with a little cajolling from the guys I plowed ahead. The lake and mountain views along the way were rewarding and then about half way we spotted a pink house and established that this was likely the 'refuge' ...
... gloating and feel quite guilty. Sorry bamboo poles, if you had have been able to fold down into my backpack I would have brought you from El Bolson. You probably need to acquire better handles and something to loop over my wrists. And some pointy things for ground grip. Something to work on perhaps? You will always look cooler...
A 10k walk to the main road where we wait 10 minutes for a bus and are back at the hotel by 12.30pm. We pop into the park office to let ...
... for dinner on the balcony. All are likely to be Israelis. (Walking around the town it's not such a surprise there will be that many: you hear as much Hebrew as Spanish. And this is a big Argentinian holiday destination, so that's saying something. It's amazing how much they infiltrate here, as they have in La Paz and Puno, with shop signs in Hebrew and discounts on offer if you know where to ask. They've built themselves a bit of a reputation. Not ...
... are something to look forward to (which explains why we did not explore many of the restaurants in town). First night was a delightful beetroot salad with a grilled sausage, enough to fill our hungry tummys after a few hours of exploration of the town. The most unforgettable meal was the chicken stew with clear soup drenched over a plate of rice; homecooked, asian style, delicious and simply put, heavenly.
... I had wanted to do the same, but that the supermarket was closed. Long story short, Miri had purchased food earlier in the day and we were welcome to it. The girl from Boston whipped up a rice and vegetable salad and the four of us sat around eating and drinking the wine that Miri had as well. Both girls were in the stage of life where they weren't sure what to do for the rest of their lives, but both very motivated to make a difference in the world. The next day was ...
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