Sol Arrayan Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
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... going back to her parents. Once she watched Catherine get in the freezing water, she coaxed her father into going in. After a bit more of this mutual reconnaissance, Catherine and I finally went over and said Hola to the girl and her mother, who was very nice, spoke English, and was from Buenos Aires. We played with little Catalina and her mom for a while, and got to hear the Spanish version of Frozen's "Let It Go." A winner in every language, apparently.
... Argentinian went off at a quick pace and after making it to the top of the next section and getting a photo of himself with the bike, the dude then jumped on the bike and started flying down the hill, disappearing out of sight. Thankfully Steve caught up with him before getting too concerned about the bike getting nicked or wrecked... but they'd gone far enough to lose Angela and there were still a number of ascents and descents that our Argentinian friend insisted on tackling ...
... of pathways and walking trails through the forest and around the lakes of Llao Llao National Park. We ended up doing every trail there was, which took the whole afternoon. We saw lakes, mountains, beaches, a bridge and a hill, which we climbed. The views from the top were fabulous. It was cold and windy up there though so we headed down, which took a long time and we didn't get back until 7.40pm. We had cheese fondue for dinner with beer in it. Yum!
For our final day ...
... 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 ...
... by a car traveling in the same direction as we were. We still haven’t figured out how it happened. We were both really stunned, and in shock. We didn’t even know what happened for a few moments. Somehow when we got hit the trunk door flew open, and our luggage got dumped onto the road. Someone picked all of that up and waited with it. The police finally came and loaded our things in one of their trucks. It was total mayhem. No ...