Soft Bariloche Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Sam and I have a history of epic anniversaries. Since our anniversary falls a week after my birthday, we tend to bundle them together as an excuse to go somewhere cool. For our first year it was a camping trip to Rottnest Island. Second year it was trekking in the Himalayas in Nepal. Third year it was a west coast road trip. And this year we found ourselves in Bariloche, a stunningly beautiful place in Northern Patagonia, Argentina.
Bariloche is one of my favourite places ...
... sitting at the bottom of my pack for the last three months.
To say that it needed a shaking out would be an understatement of the highest degree! It smelled like you Grans clothes cupboard after the winter.There was nothing for it I had to go and give it a damn good airing as it was with this jacket I would be exposing the clients in the minibus with later in the day and I wanted to smell “43” not “93” years old.
... the beaches so we walked it. Best decision ever! We found so many cute little beaches hidden behind a forest of trees, lakes with water so clear you could see every pebble at the bottom and mountains covered with snow. Walking on further we relished that we have missed the bus back into town and the next one is at 6pm or 10 pm so we had to get on the 6pm bus. A dinosaur park 3kms down the road looked like a reliable spot to catch the ...
... report that she had found a place about 30 minutes outside of town and arranged a bus to get us out there. I laughed at Rachael when she said that maybe we would be staying in chalets up in the mountains; she started laughing when we pulled into exactly that. We actually stayed at bunk houses rather than the chalets but it was still an upgrade from camping. Continuing with the theme of everything going wrong leading to positives, the hostel was beautiful out in the country and ...
... d seen everyday for the past 3-4 days. We had a coffee in a German cafe but spend most of the time wondering why the building seemed to be rocking and why no-one else seemed to be too worried by that... Puerto Montt is a working port town and the hometown of our trabajadores friends, the town has lots of corregated tin houses and some lovely views of the Navinag ship twice a week but the best part of the town is it's ...