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Arriving in Bariloche in Argentina with my new travel buddy Mary felt strangely familiar. The forested mountains and crystal clear blue/green lakes resemble the Swiss or French Alps and the chocolate-box buildings in the town reminded me of Belgium. That along with the various restaurants advertising fondue and raclette gives the place a distinctly …
... a lake and I spent the next two days in a hammock sleeping. After two days we finished our last 45km to Bariloche. I've read about this many times in many books. Facing your fears but most important your demons. They hide a long time,but mine are flowing out of me and through many forms. I finally understand: Facing my fears and what that brings, hardship but joy too. The more difficult it is and the more I confront it the faster it goes ...
... we did the 7 lakes route, a tour which takes you to 7 lakes in the area. There was a lot of driving in the bus but the scenery was beautiful, and it was a gorgeous sunny day. The seven lakes in order were Nahuel Huapi, Espejo, Correntoso, Escondido, Villarino, Falkner and Machonico. We stopped in the pretty village of Villa La Angostura, with its Swiss style log cabins and lots of cafes and bars. We had lunch in San Martin de Los Andes, a pretty lakeside town again filled ...
... Most of the other backpackers are happy to wait it out until the forecast blizzard arrives next week, which means there are plenty of people around to buddy up with for some hikes in the meantime.
On Wednesday I hiked up Cerro Otto with two British doctors, Sumi and Sonita, and two Taiwanese med students, Ted and Arthur. The peak of Cerro Otto is an 8km walk out of town, and, as with the walk in Puerto Varas, a pair of tame stray dogs decide to join us for the walk. ...
... a holiday feel. As we were arriving in on Sunday evening, not a lot of places were open to change dollars. After a long bus journey, I needed a breather, so got an Ice-cream and headed to the lakeshore where I took in the slow setting sun, with the other myriad tourists and locals .
A great vegetarian place called Ren which sells by weight, was located directly opposite our hotel, ...