Pire Hue Hotel & Resort
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... resort. Catherine found a second home at the kids club. I was proud of her swallowing her pride and going even though most of the kids were younger than her. They did arts and crafts, games, and she was allowed to stay behind when they took the younger ones to the pool. She had lunch and "tea" with them and enjoyed the counselors, Elizabeth and Mara. Later in the week, she joined them for outdoor activities like the pool, zip-lining, and rolling down the many sizable ...
... that Chile had nicer cars; well there's a reason. Cars are no longer manufactured in Argentina and to import carries a 50% tax. Unbelievable! Inflation has been crazy since the last time we were here, in 2010 the average hostel bed cost < 50 pesos, now it would be ~ 165 pesos. No wonder people buy property as an investment.
Theres graffiti on the map at the bus stop that says the bus is 6 pesos for you ...
... was that it was a little far from town, so although I enjoyed a few nights there, I moved closer to town after that, when I decided to stay on a few days longer.
Bariloche sits in the Argentine lake district and during winter is a huge ski resort. In summer it has great hikes and views and lake sports. One of the days I got the bus to Cerro Campanario and hiked the short hike up (30mins) to the most spectacular ...
... and sat there for a while to enjoy the view. David declared himself the happiest been on the trip and so to celebrate we bought more strudel, 3 more empanadas, another hot chocolate and a glass of red wine. We sat there for an hour or so and enjoyed them, taking in the view. Then we took the chairlift down and then the bus to Llao Llao, where there is a huge posh hotel. We didn't go to the hotel but went down to the adjacent harbour and then walked the Circuito Chico, ...
... with shops selling outdoor adventure gear and chocolatiers. Combine this with the nearby ski resorts and mountainous setting, and you'd be forgiven for thinking this was somewhere in the Swiss alps.
It's the start of the peak ski season in Bariloche, and the hostel I'm in is comfortably crowded, mostly with other backpackers although Bariloche is a popular destination for high school students' end of year celebrations, too. There's just one communal ...