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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 …
... the very long corridor. It has been fully restored with heritage restrictions and is beautiful. We may have been better staying there although our place is growing on me - very peaceful, good food, interesting people, quite scenic.
We were the dropped in town and Derek had a delicious hot chocolate and I had coffee and cake (shared). The usual population is 140000 but at this time it is 600000 - bit like ...
... jsme rádi, ze byli vynalézaví a spravili to. Nakonec jsme měli jenom zpoždění, ale nezasekli jsme se nikde na nějaké opuštěné silnici na 12 hodin jako jiní turisti, které jsme potkali.
Jsme rádi, ze po cestě začínáme vidět víc zeleně. Už žádná sucha step. Bariloche je přezdívané Švýcarsko jižní Ameriky, a opravdu to tady tak vypadá. Jsou tu dokonce i občas nějaké jehličnany, ...
... wasn't actually snowing, there was about a meter of it piled up on the ground. Since we'd come all this way we decided to walk up through the snow to Refugio Frey just to say that we had. We carefully slipped, slid and sank our feet through the snow, getting the hang of walking in it. We were as children, delighted and clumsy. At one point Sam nailed me with a surprise snowball, and was instantly hit by karma, as his next step broke through the surface of the frozen lake he was standing ...
... cold weather has been such a sharp change to what I have been used to that inevitably I was going to catch a cold,I had planned though for such eventualities and a whipped out the lemsips that had been in my medical bag for months and I took a sachet down to the lobby and they supplied me with some boiling water. My little mini bus turned up and this time it was a very small group,about six in total but feeling rough I confined myself to general small talk and nothing ...