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... use theirs. Ah the joys of broken Spanish. I am getting better. Slowly, but better is better is better.
The ski lift takes you up to a vantage point for 360 degreee views of the surrounding area. They were spectacular. Lots of lakes separated by pieces of land with snowy peaks in the distance. Great stuff. In the ...
... tour of Patagonia in Argentina, I needed to get across the Andes. They form the perfect immigration barrier (UKIP would be deeply envious). There are only a couple of points from where you can cross countries; apparently there a some more informal ones that you can only get across on horseback or walking. And with a 14kg backpack, that was not going to be me.
I was going to cross the Andes mountain range in style - oh yes, i was going to be taking ...
... finally gave in to temptation and went to one of the bigger and renowned chocolate shops (the guidebook warns against getting sick on the cheap stuff). If the shop in Puerto Varas had been Honeydukes, then this place was Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. Truffles of every variety you can imagine lined glass counters and the eyes of children and adults alike widened with the possibilities. I bought a small boxed and filled it with one of everything.
They didn't last a day.
... just seemed to pass too quickly unfortunately, and after a time check with some other hikers, I realised I better turn around.
I made my way back, with a quick stop to wash my feet, shoes, and legs in the lake and take in the panorama once more. Again the steak dinner didn't beckon, so had a good feed from the Veggie place and packed up for the long-haul to Perito Moreno, a mere 13 hours by ...
... to Bariloche. We were wrong. We shared the ride with a man from California who had been on our bus from Ushuaia to Punta Arenas and a German couple who were on the bus from Puerto Natales to El Calafate. He was the other person who didn't have his tourist card as we crossed the border. It's a small, small world.
Surprisingly though, those aren't the people we've connected with during our travels. We haven't met anyone who has replaced ...