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Landing in Bariloche was like coming into an entirely different country. Brilliant mountain ranges, deep blue lakes. We stayed at a hotel with an infinity pool that felt like it would connect you right into the lake. Terry and I took a morning walk along the lake. The color of the water and the mountains was spectacular - lots of variations of …
... and it represents its Northern point,the Patagonia we are all familiar with from documentary TV is further South in El Calafate and Ushuaia. Unfortunately the trip was a bit of a wash out and what little photos I managed to take were grey and sad,the good news is that the next two days are predicted to be rain free and a full day tour of the lake district should hopefully be carried out under better conditions.In the meantime I have a night and a full day to sweat out a ...
... told me where to do cambio again. You see - cambio is the most popular job here!
I bought food 0 enough with the restaurants, which are not expensive, but I gain weight!!!
13/02/2014 - Bariloche and Angustina forest
I took a boat tour to Angustina, where are the Arrangan trees. 2 hours on boat, with birds. I was all the time with an Argentinian girl, Daniela, a psychology from BA. Nice trip.
On the way back they syopedon ...
... got to have a bonfire out back, along the side of a creek on a perfectly clear night. Aside from all the excitement, our introduction to Patagonia was even more beautiful than we thought it would be. Bariloche is in the Lake District so everywhere you look you see crystal blue and green lakes that sit in front of snow capped mountains. It's first settlers were Germans and Swiss so just like Pucon, the architecture was beautiful and cozy and the town was filled with cafes, ...
We were proud to have found the only bus company that offered a 'direct' link to Bariloche, with all others requiring an overnight stay in the nothing-happening town of Osorno. It was a day that dragged however, leaving Pucon at 10am, changing buses in San Martin de los Andes, waiting, more waiting and arriving in Bariloche around 10pm. Little did we know but en-route and around sunset we had driven on 'the 7 lakes road' into Patagonia, we'd spotted the ...
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Lo único que le cambiaría mi gordi es que le agregaría un silloncito
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