Soft Bariloche Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the peacefulness. Derek returned at 2pm after four hours of hard walking, most of which is either up or downhill. He was quite tired but had covered a lot of ground and enjoyed some beautiful views sitting all alone. That would not happen on any of the trails closer to town.
Lunch was perfect for him - Apple salad followed by a big bowl of black pasta with trout. ...
... a lake and I spent the next two days in a hammock sleeping. After two days we finished our last 45km to Bariloche. I've read about this many times in many books. Facing your fears but most important your demons. They hide a long time,but mine are flowing out of me and through many forms. I finally understand: Facing my fears and what that brings, hardship but joy too. The more difficult it is and the more I confront it the faster it goes ...
After a bad night sleep (too hot, so I opened the window and then it was too noisy) I said goodbye to Alison who headed down south.
I treated myself to a very good Patagonian hot chocolate, was sitting at the lake with the snow topped mountains in the background and thought how much Bariloche reminds me of Queenstown. The scenery as well as the cold crisp air. The little shops around and a lot of tourists.
It felt like being home after a long ...
... but got lots of great tips for Bolivia and Peru for later in my trip. Me and Rhianna took a day trip out of town and caught a ski lift up to a beautiful viewpoint. I had been pretty spoilt for stunning scenery over the last few weeks, Antarctica, Torres del Paine, Los Glaciers park, and in Esquel and El Bolson I was getting a little blase about the surroundings as I had seen better. In isolation these areas ...
... the Refugio because he took the others all the way out. My return took me only about 2 hours. It was nice to hike back alone, setting my own pace and having some time to myself. I occasionally met other hikers on the trail, so I felt safe hiking solo.
My lunch was delicious because I was so hungry after that hike! I'd gone about 5 hours but it was easy and made me feel a little better to stretch my legs. I sat and relaxed and watched some amazing climbers conquer ...