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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 …
... it fell out in a taxi or when we were hanging around at the bus stop. I freaked out. I had no more cash and no ticket, and no hope of getting more money easily. I swore. He grabbed me by the shoulders and told me to calm down. We went to the desk and waited. The bus departure time was drawing ever closer. I wanted to cry. He gave me a hug and told me not to worry. They can replace lost tickets, but they have to wait until everybody else has boarded and it's clear that somebody ...
... it as tranquil. Keep these words in mind tranquil.☺️ Off we go. We were told an important part of travel are the little red houses on the side of the roads. Inside them is a female saint; Corerra, who died on a journey with her children. You should make an offer to this saint to bless your journey. After our luck on Ruta 25 (see last entry) we decided to take part in this tradition. Just outside of Esquel we gave cookies and water ...
... I just wanned to lay down and sleep.
The first bus was about one hour until we had our first stopp. I was just sleeping (well, napping really) and hoping not to throw up in the bus in front of all these people.
I made it. We stopped at the waterfalls and had about 45 minutes to walk around and have a look. Usually, if it isn't cloudy you can see the volcano. We didn't. Every step I've taken I tried not to get sick. I couldn't really enjoy ...
... about $70 US) which is expensive for South America but pretty normal for Argentina. Graham came round to my hostal that night as a couple of guys there were having b'day parties and then we headed out for dinner and a few more drinks.
Sun 22nd. I woke up, packed my bag and checked out. Made myself a big breakfast of avocado, scrambled eggs and toast and then chilled out in the lounge waiting for my overnight bus and trying to study some Spanish.