Sol del Nahuel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSol del Nahuel San Carlos de Bariloche
Lo único que le cambiaría mi gordi es que le agregaría un silloncito
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... which meant that walking was pretty dangerous. I kept as far to the side as possible, and jogged across when I saw another forest trail. However, it appeared to just end after about 200 metres and hadn't seemed right anyways. I backtracked and found a path that led to the lake I'd just been at - I tried that, but no dice. By now, I was getting hungry and hot, and a bit worried. I followed the highway as carefully as I could to the next forest, which wasn't marked as a path on the ...
... in Argentina: Not that fun! Beautiful Lots of Mosquitos Gravel Rocks Wish I had thicker tires Wish I had a mountain bike Oh my god why did we do this!? Is anything open? Rain Hills up, down, but mostly up Slow moving Crying in the middle of a big hill I want to go home! I can't feel my hands What a beautiful waterfall Where is land!? Thank god for hot showers Wonderful feast on thanksgiving Miss our families and friends Oh my god we made it! ...
... a bit further up on the road until the turn off for the track to Villa Tacul. It wasn't long before we were deep into the forest - there were some impressively tall and perfectly straight trees, which were about 40m high. And it wasn't just a few of them, there were hundreds of them, packed very close to each other. The undergrowth was thick with native bamboo and the odd flowering bush.
The tracks were littered with branches that had been blown out the trees ...
... approx 3/4pm until 7/8pm. The average dining time here is 9pm. There are a few cafés that stay open all day (Friends & La Esquina being two that I could recommend both have very good wifi). With the busses when travelling with your luggage you have to tip the porters putting the luggage on the bus ($Arg10) and off. I copped onto the first porter but thought the initial tip would have been shared with the guys unloading the bus but I don't think that ...
... worth it, full panoramic view of the lakes and mountains that surround Bariloche, very pretty. Although The Lonely Planet's claim that it's one of the most amazing views in the world might be a little generous! The steep climb up was of course followed by a steep climb down during which I inevitably fell on my ass and ended up covered in dusty mud, ah sure it wouldn't be a day out on a mountain if I didn't fall at least once!! Unfortunately we ...