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We had a slow start again and looked at booking accommodation and buses for the next few weeks. We managed to get on a bus for the evening which would take us to Bariloche. We bumped into a guy selling tickets for a city bus tour which we thought we'd give a go, however it was all in Spanish and boring for us so we left after the first hour instead of staying for the full time if 2 and a half hours. We ended up heading ...
... so tightly packed, it was hard to believe that each of them was over 40m tall. We took a little side trip to Laguna Patagua at Km11, it was a lake inside peninsula on a lake. After the side trip we entered the Arrayan forest. These trees are of the myrtle family with a weird orange coloured bark.
After 3.5 hours and 13km later, we reached the end of the peninsula and walked out to a little island on the lake. Don Pedro, who left us a couple kilometers ...
... 4 degree) 5k morning run along Lago Nahuel Huapi. Two stray dogs could obviously smell the breakfast from the hostel off my clothes (at least that's my excuse!!!) and accompanied me for the entire run (a little bit disconcerting initially but most of the stray dogs (& there are a lot in ARG) are harmless). I watched the Argentina v *****ia match in a local bar (surrounded by more than enthusiastic locals with what can only be described as fog horns blaring). ...
This morning a few of us from the tour group took a gondola up to the top of a high peak with great views. We hiked from there to see views of another lake. We then enjoyed cold cerverzas in the cafeteria on the top that rotated while we sat there. After returning to our hotel we joined the rest ...
Today I got up and headed to Villa la Angostura, which is 3 hours south of San Martín and is situated on one of the many lakes in the area. La Villa is a bit more touristy than San Martín but in other ways is more of a small town. I made it to the Italian Hostel where the co-owner Sebastián gave me a map and many suggestions if things to do i.e. more hiking! I walked to the port ...