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... 12.15. It was a bit tricky to find out where we needed to do but with some skilled map reading ( not my skills) we found the right path. Along the way we had picked up a guy from Japan who was also looking a bit lost. We all set off on the walk. It was really badly sign posted but we found our way to some lovely viewpoints looking over the river and we did 4 hours of walking through the forest. It was really lovely. The weather was not great, kind ...
I had planned to leave Mendoza the same day that Sarah and Georgina flew
to Buenos Aires but I had had a really nice day chatting to an English
guy called Frank and chilling in the sunshine (the sun came back!) that I
didnīt really fancy a 20 hour bus journey so I embraced the beauty of
travelling on my own and doing things on the spur ...
... your town, they even have a supermarket selling only chocolate products. Now I like chocolate but even my teeth were beginning to ache with the thought of all that sweet stuff chipping out cavities. Our guide called Eileen met us at the hotel. Then a coach ride to the boat on Largo Nahuel Huaei by this time it was raining slightly. As the boat progressed up the lake the rain got steadily worse with a very cold wind. Our hope of walking ...
... The town itself is a bit disappointing, it's built up to be this Swiss-style ski town with lots of lovely quaint buildings but really there are just a few nice buildings around the square and lots of kinda ugly ones, it was Summer when we were there though so maybe it benefits from some snow cover!
We spent our last day horseriding and kayaking in the national park, it's lovely there. We had booked a tour so there was a HUGE lunch included, ...
... group (we are told) all work for a Swiss health insurance company and are on a
business conference. They all seem to really enjoy each others company and certainly
know how to enjoy themselves. Over the past 4 weeks I have had two unfortunate
incidents with Argentine women, both as a result of the language barrier, but
intimidating all the same. Both women though we're in their mid forties and looked
stressed out so possibly ...