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... today but
it's the mother of all travel days!!!! 22hr bus to Buenos Aries :-( not
looking forward to the journey but super excited for the destination :-)
way we went had such a awesome river along the side, the water was
crystal clear & blue. There were a few people fly fishing.. You
could prob see the fish in the water :-) the bus wasn't to bad. I did
take some allergy pills and I slept ok
... hairy climbs and involved us having to climb over some massive fallen trees with our bikes. It did have some fantastic single track though and Cari did a great bush-diving stint with her bike. I've never seen anything like it. I didn't dare laugh though for fear of my life as she was not chuffed at this detour which I'd insisted on doing! We eventually reached the beautiful pebblestoned "beach" and before we knew it we had forgotten about our sore calves and ...
... Our first port of call was an Irish pub but it turned out to be ridiculously expensive, 35 pesos for a pint, so we went to their hostel instead where we got 3 litres for the same price. The night was spent catching up on the previous month and realising that their last weekend in Buenos Aires will be the weekend we arrive so we are all going to meet up again, they are going to take us to some nice cheap restaraunts and cry that our time travelling is nearing an ...
Leaving Pucon, we travelled to the Argentinian side of the lake district, Bariloche, in the foothills of the Andes.
Fortunately, this border crossing was a simple process - turns out its much easier getting out of Chile than it is getting in! En route driving towards Baraloche we found the surrounding area covered in volcanic ash, presumably from a recent explosion. Stopping for a picture we found a crystal blue river running under ...
... nicht wollten, aber mangels Alternativen dann doch gebucht haben.
Weil die Tour ja dann erst einen Tag spater losging, konnten wir dafur die ursprunglich geplante Wanderung noch einmal in Angriff nehmen. Dieses Mal stellten wir uns (wieder) an die richtige Haltestelle und liessen uns auch von niemandem vertreiben. Nach kleineren Schwierigkeiten durften wir dann am Ende der Busfahrt auch noch ein Ticket fur den Sesseli-Lift am Cerro ...