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Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
After Pucon we hopped back across the Andes into Argentina to visit the lake district. We stayed in a place called Bariloche which is near the top end of Patagonia. The town was on the edge of a beautiful lake surrounded by snow capped mountains. The lake district is famous for its hiking, climbing and water sports, so I decided to be active and …
Well, our time´s nearly up in Buenos Aires. We leave tomorrow for Iguazu Falls (South America´s answer to Niagara, although purportedly bigger and better than the North American counterpart). We finished college on Friday. Our lives have pretty much revolved around college and homework for the last 2 weeks. It was very strange to get into a routine …
... town, for an awesome steak. Funnily about a dozen people from the hostel (about half it's residents) ended up in the same restaurant that night, so after a couple of drinks in a cute local bar and a regroup at the hostel, the night moved on to the biggest bar in town (Wilkennys) - it was Saturday after all. The music was pretty dire, but the company was good so the night ended pretty late...or perhaps early depending on your ...
... we could have done the trail that was closed and noone would have even noticed or cared. Ah well, theres plenty of trails round here...maybe next time.
Working on the theory that its not actually veges my sick body is craving its off to mcdonalds for a big mac...or 4. At 57 pesos for a big mac combo I stop at 1. That makes it $5 more expensive than in NZ! Can actually go to a nice restaurant here and eat for cheaper. 1st McDs in 3 months, may well be 3 months or more til I go ...
... around with bags of the stuff. (With the heat as it is they're presumably expecting to eat it pretty quickly, too.) A small taster at the shop of choice and d leaves with a bag of treats for Shabbat. Still on the hunt for a stick, she's pointed in the direction of an Orthopedic doctor at the edge of the town. He's slightly disheveled, with a fop of dyed pale orange hair common to older Argentinian men and a not-quite-clean white coat. Still, he's willing ...
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