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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 …
... corner and big clumps of tourists clogging the entryway of every souvenir shop selling geode bookends and mountain berry pots of jam. There's also a beautiful church that looks stunted from head on but has the most intricate stained glass windows for a new building, well, a building only a couple of hundred years old. There's also the view of the mountains, snow capped and pine covered, reflected in the deep blue lake. Hard to believe that most of the country is dead flat and ...
... going back to her parents. Once she watched Catherine get in the freezing water, she coaxed her father into going in. After a bit more of this mutual reconnaissance, Catherine and I finally went over and said Hola to the girl and her mother, who was very nice, spoke English, and was from Buenos Aires. We played with little Catalina and her mom for a while, and got to hear the Spanish version of Frozen's "Let It Go." A winner in every language, apparently.
... first time - layers of pastry sandwiched together with caramel and topped with a huge amount of meringue. It was so sweet we couldn't even finish it, which is a first and hopefully a last.
On the ride in Ange spotted that taking the boat back was an option. As the route back was the same, the hills would be equally demanding and our Argentinian friend wouldn't be around to help out... So we scraped our cash together and opted for the boat - a beautiful one hour journey on ...
... had dropped into the lake below, filled with icebergs. We then returned to Bariloche, by which time the clouds had cleared and we could see the tops of the mountains. For dinner I ate the largest steak I've ever seen - almost the whole cow!
The following day we hadn't booked a tour, we were on our own for the first time in ages. We took the bus to Cerro Catedral where it was gorgeously sunny with blue sky. Cerro Catedral is a ski resort but we weren't here to ski (not ...