Villa Sofia Resort & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... of herbal tea although the preparation is somewhat different. A gourd, or cup, with a special metal straw is filled pretty much full of the leaves before hot water is poured over the top. The result looks like a bubbling, algae filled swamp, but when sipped slowly through the straw, it's actually quite a nice drink even if it is quite bitter. More water is then poured over the top and the procedure keeps repeating.
With the card charged and David filled with ...
... approx 3/4pm until 7/8pm. The average dining time here is 9pm. There are a few cafés that stay open all day (Friends & La Esquina being two that I could recommend both have very good wifi). With the busses when travelling with your luggage you have to tip the porters putting the luggage on the bus ($Arg10) and off. I copped onto the first porter but thought the initial tip would have been shared with the guys unloading the bus but I don't think that ...
... a full tank, all the way back to bariloche.We were stoked when we arrived back in town. Here was a huge festivity going on. Cars and lights and flags were blowing, we thought the entire town was celebrating our safe arrival, but it turns out that river plate, the most supported team in argentinian soccer had won the championship, and as argentinians are football crazy he celebration was mental. It was too much for us so we celebrated our great day with a round of mate and ...
... nearly tipped forward but they came side on and a majority of the passengers flipped out. It was then all hands to the deck to try to rescue those overboard. We got 2 in our boat pretty quickly. Simon our safety kayaker as well as the other companies kayaker rescued the rest. Even though there are competitive companies on the river, there appears to be great solidarity between the rafters when it comes to rescuing those over board, every one just helps out. The ...
Enjoying another morning sleep in we awoke to a proper camp breakfast on the go. Eggs, toast and sausages. It was just what we needed to warm up and luckily as opposed to yesterday the sky was clear and the sun shining, so it looked as if it would warm into a nice day.
After Matthew bought a picnic lunch from the supermarket we made our way to Puerto Panuelo, the port for our afternoon boat cruise. The cruise would take us out into the Nahuel Huapi ...