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... is very touristy and not a place to be for too long.
Returned to our place at 8pm, after a 40 minute drive back. On the way we saw a shrine on the side of the road where people stop to leave an offering, usually in red, to say thank you to an Argentinian called Gil who was a bit like Robin Hood but also performed a miracle.
Poor Natalya had to drive all the way back, then be mum to two ...
... vypadající horské chaty atd. Hodně různých jezer, vlastně se to tu jmenuje Oblast Jezer. Maji takovou tmavě modrou barvu, ne tyrkysovou jako v El Chalten a El Calafate.
Kvůli problémům s autobusem se do Bariloche dostaneme až v 10 hod večer. Dorazíme do našeho hostelu a zjistíme, ze jsme udělali chybu v naši rezervaci a místo ledna jsme udělali rezervaci na únor, neee! Hostel je úplně plny, takže ...
... plunging his leg into icy cold waters. That spelled the end of our snow fun, and we had to quickly descend to drier land to warm his leg up. Within a few minutes we were below the level of the snow, Sam's shoes drying in the fading sunlight, his leg wrapped up in his coat for warmth, as I vigorously tried to rub some life back into his numb feet. That night we camped at a closed Refugio, a little further down the mountain, where we tried and failed to make a fire to heat our food and ...
... It was still awful outside and we headed out for a 3 hour tour under the guidance of Walter.It was a short 26km circuit to introduce us to Bariloche and surrounds and basically get our bearings and learn a little history.
The most important thing to note is that Bariloche is just the shortened name of the town ,the full name is “San Carlos de Bariloche” and it is part of the Province of Rio Negro,it sits on the Nahuel Huapi Lake within the ...
... up into the mountains. Somehow the last stop Luckily a few minutes later the bus stopped to pick some people up. I ran off the bus as quickly as I could and started heading the other way. That wasn't fun with my bags and all, but after a while I came across a viewpoint and saw it...the bluest lake I have EVER seen. Suddenly my backpack only weighed ten pounds and I forgot about my duffle bag. I was in PATAGONIA, it didn't matter.