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... was looking very slim. When the boat docked the rain was gusting down, being British were we fazed yes we were. But we still set off with our guide up some steps. The steps turned into rather more than a few as we made our way up to the first viewing point to see Los Cantaros the waterfall. A HUGE volume of water was crashing down onto rocks with spray colouring the surrounding view point. As we were soaking wet any way that was not ...
We had heard a lot about Bariloche so were looking forward to checking it out after our 24hour bus journey, although it would take a lot to top El Chalten. We arrived to the hostel to find that it wasn't open yet...oops I forgot to check to make sure reception would be open! Good job we arrived at 07:30 and not 05:30 like we were supposed to!! While we were tucking into the hostel brekkie we got chatting to a few people from Cork at the next table (Ian, ...
... up with Cruby in Mendoza a few days later. Due to their pleb status, Cruby took the 20 hour bus to Mendoza, instead of the luxury flying option. Sani and I spent a fun three days cruising round Mendoza wineries on bike, galloping horses in the mountains (this unexpectedly ended up in a monumental **** up back at our hotel bar) and early the next morning, trying not to be sick on a bus tour through the Andes to the biggest mountain in America while pretending to be ...
... They even came to collect us and take us back after the evening was over. Now that is service!
Sadly we had to move on as all great things must come to an end. We spent the
afternoon in the city of Bariloche waiting for the next stage of our trip - the 14
hour train journey which will take us from the foot of the Andes to the Atlantic
Ocean town of Viedma.
But that is another story .........!
Chau from ...
... was where Kala smacked her head on a low-lying bamboo branch - thank God for the cycle helmet ha ha!! Funny!! I then snapped my brake cable and Kala's chain came off, but our **** bikes didn't stop us finishing the circuit, finishing with a beltin viewpoint at 'Punto Panoramico'. Lovely day, if not tough one on the old legs in a biting wind!! Monday, in my opinion, topped Sunday though!! After sweating over a shortage of 'dulce de leche' at ...