Nido del Condor Resort & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... that kids these days are way too selfie-obsessed. They can just point a camera or front-facing cell phone camera at themselves in any location they want to and take a picture and it'll be instagram-ready. You hear stories about people being mauled by bulls in Spain because they're taking a selfie, or all sorts of other stupid accidents. The way I see selfies, which isn't necessarily right or wrong, is basically a narcissistic and purely "for show" sort ...
... clear still water and snow capped mountains. In the excitement, he decided to ride up a rock a hurt the **** out of his knee which made the ride back a bit harder for him.
We tried to catch jenny, who we had left to continue on her own and as we were trying to catch her we rode passed the port which had some of the nicest views of the andes in the background. There was a hotel that overlooked the port but it was a ...
... your first bike your parents have bought you.
I turn toward the vista and a sight I have only ever seen in films and learnt about in geography class slaps me in the face.I know that further South I will be visiting the famous Moreno Glacier in El Calafate,but still I have never seen a glacier.It does not seem to conform to all the other views we all know,mountains,seas,desert and lakes.A glacier seems to stand on its own ,it has its own unique solitary place in ...
... beer, we continued on into town, having one of the many Argetnine dogs follow us most of the way into the main part of town.
For dinner, we went to Antares restaurant and met up with a friend of a friend who lived in the town. He was a really great and knowledgeable guy who was very interesting and interested in telling us about the history of his country and how the town of Bariloche came to be.
... have know idea what happened. Our guide was kind enough to be the next person to go overboard which was sweet of her. Now, that doesn't happen every day! We didn't even realise that we had lost her as she sat at the back and we were all just legs and arms flying everywhere! In reality, I think it hurt her ego a lot more than it hurt mine (as she has been a guide on this particular river for more than 8 years) but at least we were now overboard buddies and it remained that ...