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... It was definitely authentic and quaint, and I have no doubt that the guachos running it would be living in the mountains somewhere regardless of whether Refugio Lopez had been built by the national park service. It was a great place to rest for an hour before heading back down the mountain. Bariloche really is a stunning city almost dead center of the national park here in northern Patagonia called Nahuel Huapi. The large lake it sits on goes by the same name ...
I got into Bariloche around 6:30pm and got a taxi straight over to Periko’s Hostel. It’s a pretty nice hostel, right in the center of the city. The guy who was working, Charlie, was really helpful with information on where to go and what to do tomorrow, and also where to get a good dinner tonight. I put my bags in the room, and was happy to see they had saved me a bottom bunk.
I went out to a ...
... with the bad weather. I don't do relaxation well. I am ready to move on. In the words of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Evita,”
What's new Buenos Aires?
I'm new, I wanna say I'm just a little stuck on you
You'll be on me too
Stand back, Buenos Aires
Because you oughta know whatcha gonna get in me
Just a little touch of star quality
The group fell into small groups for dinner, then retired early because we ...
... which worried us for a second that that was the end of the tarmac, but around the corner we were back on tarmac and cruising through the town. And that´s where civilisation ended.
I would love to know what people do in these towns. They´re in the middle of nowhere, hundreds of kilometres from the next desolate town and they´re made up of just houses – no obvious industry or factory or anything, the only job seems to be working at the petrol station ...
The station in Bariloche has a touch of the old wild west about it.
The platform is largely deserted when we arrive. People hop off the platform on to the dusty track in the heat as the mood suits them.
An engine is running back and forth moving a car carrying freight wagon. It
appears that some passengers are taking their cars with them, the 700
kilometeres or so from the foot of the Andes to ...