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... not handle. We stopped for lunch at ‘Villa la Angostura’ an upmarket resort town and enjoyed sandwiches by the lake. That afternoon we once again found it necessary to sample the chocolate Bariloche is famous for and enjoyed a chocolate fondue afternoon tea. We had one final walk around the town getting some last minute pictures and found ourselves eating dinner at one of the local breweries near out campsite.
The next morning started with a drive out to ...
... safely, and we could even go out to the movie theater. And even though the tropical island of Hawaii is as far from Austin as you can get, we immediately knew (and felt) that we were back in the U.S. To top it off, we had a full day with the grandparents in Houston, which felt a little like any other ordinary weekend visit, except this time we had to leave after only a few hours for a part of the world I knew nothing about. Mexico is as far south as I had ever traveled in ...
... however when we got to the place the boleteria (ticket office) advertised the same prices. Whew! relief. though still damn expensive.
This is what we are noticing everywhere. Argentina is expensive! Holy heck what happened. Nick says it's because inflation is at 10%. All over shop windows advertise a discount if you pay in cash. Descuento con efectivo.
Back to the Cerro. ...
... along the lake side to its final stop near the exclusive Lliao Lliao resort.
From here we walked about 10 kilometres into the lake national park and up to
the Lliao Lliao lookout which gave very good views of the surrounding water and
forest. Many of the trees on the walk were enormous pine trees and it was a bit
... normal;">Germans who colonized the area – paid by the Chilean government -- bringing with them specialists in raising cattle and dairy animals, farming and growing barley.
The truth is, because the Germans were so well established here, the German language and food so dominant, it made it easy for post-WWII Germans to settle here. They didn't even have to learn Spanish.
For much of our ride through southern Chile, ...