Sol del Nahuel
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Lo único que le cambiaría mi gordi es que le agregaría un silloncito
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... out of energy, and compensated with vocal bravado.
I felt bad that most of Sam Jackson's favorite pastimes required another person, so I dedicated a day to following him around as player #2. Starting with Ping-Pong, I reigned supreme, beating Sam Jackson 2 games to 1. He crushed me on foosball, 2 games to 1, but he nearly shut me out on his second win. And though we were both hopeless at tennis, never having really played, we had a great time and got plenty ...
... was loose and fine like sand on a beach. Really thick dust.
We conquered it. 38 minutes. We earned the emapandas and I so desired a beer. We order 5 empanadas and two Quilmes when we realized we dont have enough cash and so no beers for us, not even one. Immediately it hits us. We also don't have money for the ski lifts down. Bah!
Some people on trip advisor said they went down free but we tried and he asked ...
... Villa Los Coihues which has amazing holiday homes for rent on the lake. I hiked to the top of the overview there and a waterfall. Again, the weather and scenery were beautiful.
On the social scene, I met people in the second hostel and we all went out for the night to sample the micro brewery beers that are on offer in all of the towns in Patagonia. I met a lovely local guy, Andres, who offered to show me around ...
We were planning on another walk today but based on yesterdays lacklustre attempt decided not to bother. Instead Rach and I went our separate ways and solo I headed to a ski lift 18km out of town down a road that snaked alongside the main lake of the town. Our bus card had run out of money, so I had to give people on the bus(es) ...
... Park Nahuel Huapi, down Argentina's legendary Ruta 40. Once at the park, we hiked up a treacherously icy path to the black glacier, then on a little further to the base of mount Tronador. At this point the ground was covered in snow - cue the obligatory snowball fight, snow angels, and snowman building. I don't think I've ever made a snowman in quite such a scenic setting. We named him Lionel.
It was great to be with other travellers after Puerto Varas and Castro had ...