Rio Hermoso Hotel de Montana
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Laid in til 8am despite going to bed early – really tired plus a power cut. Just as well as breakfast wasn't ready until ˝ hour late but at least it meant fresh, still warm, bread.
Was another gorgeous day with more glorious views heading back to the main drag, then Zapala, where I had to change buses. By then the scenery had returned to lots of low level scrub – Zapala apparently means "dead swamp" – was glad I didn’t have to ...
... 382;e nás doprovázeli i následující den, kdy jsme opouštěli kemp, až na autobus. Několikrát jsme se s ní vraceli a prosili majitele, ať si ji zavře, že odcházíme. Ona však vždy nějak utekla a měli jsme ji u sebe znovu. Bylo to neskutečné, ale když jsme nastupovali do autobusu, ona si sedla u dveří a koukala na nás tak dlouho, dokud náš autobus nezmizel za městem.
The great thing about being on holiday, & back packing ,is that if you don't like something, you can just change it. Whether its food, or the people around you, or the places you visit, or even the country you're in. Don't like it - change it. Done!
Probably an attitude worth adopting more in real, everyday life, & not just when traveling.
In my case, I had been staying in a hostel in Bariloche for a few days. It ...
... our own food and Will, Cerise, Bruce and I cooked up a very welcome little feast after our afternoon of exertion (and quite a bit of rain) and settled in for an evening of home made beer and cards.
We set off the next day with the intention of heading further on to the view point but we were all rather sleep deprived so headed back to El Pueblito. This return journey seemed to take hours.. especially as we had no supplies for breakfast or lunch ...
... point of the trip in that it marks our first foray onto the legendary Ruta 40. This is South America's Route 66, a road that has carried countless dreamers, pioneers, revolutionaries and rat bags in its time. Being IT consultants by day I am not sure into which category we fit into - maybe a hybrid rat bag dreamer cross, depending on which of our past clients you speak to. But romantic notions of the road are replaced by a more imminent fear of its harsh unpaved sections (ripio) ...