Sol del Nahuel
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Lo único que le cambiaría mi gordi es que le agregaría un silloncito
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... reeds that form a golden wet marshland where fly eating birds dart about trying to catch their quick winged prey.
Above this playing field the mighty “thunder mountain” ,Tronador looms menacingly,it forms the boundary between between Chile and Argentina and here a few kilometers from its flanks we stop for lunch at one of the usual mass restaurant spots that cater for the herds.There are two restaurants and I enter both and see the queues for ...
... we headed there to use the baño (bathroom) and get a drink. The guy that worked there was the cutest little guy and informed us it would be 60 pesos each but one of us could go for free. We told him we really just wanted the bathroom and a drink, we ended up following him into the store where he served us some shots of local liquors to taste. The dulce de leche and frambusa (raspberry) we the nicest. Chris and Lauren brought some ...
... a roof the following day that we reneged on after waking with headaches).
For the next few days the itinerary was up in the air. We were unsure when we would get our luggage back and whether the truck would be fine to continue the journey. We ended up spending all three nights at the same hostel. It was a nice place out of town where we were able to have a bonfire and drinks outside. On the second night, things ...
... until the sunset and then headed back to town.
After a well needed shower we headed to Alto de fuego - an amazing steak restaurant near our hostel. I had entrana and Ollie a rib eye steak and both were amazing - perfectly cooked, juicy and huge! We ate far too much meat, chips, salad and argentinian red wine before giving into total exhaustion and heading back to our hostel 41 below to sleep it all off.
We were wanting to go skydiving ...
... is a place to stop about an hour up with wonderful views and a restaurant (not open when we went in late march) and then a refugio a further hour later. You can go further up over the cerro which connects to a different trail or can go back down the way you came. Part of the trail the last 20 minutes before the refugio (its the pink building which you should see from about halfway up. Getting back to town you may want to check schedules or talk to the driver, we got a 3pm ...