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... moment and
changed my bus ticket for the next evening.
I wasn´t really looking forward to another 20 hour bus journey, this
time to Bariloche but in the que to put my bag on the bus I made friends
with a Scottish guy called Iain. We chatted for the entire bus journey,
except for sleeping, so it actually went pretty quickly!
... across the Andes. How is that possible you ask? Well through a mixture of travelling on buses and taking boats across a few of the national parks of Argentina and Chile.
Well it turns out that it would have been a perfect idea except, wait for it, it rained a lot. Am sure it would have been beautiful but arrgghhhhhhhh. Now i know to avoid any Lake District any where in the world because all it does is rain. You´d have thought the Lonely ...
... fares are and keep the bus cards topped up, again, we learnt the hard way although its not uncommon for people to borrow cards in exchange for cash on the bus and the locals are used to it. Luckily, as we had to use our best 'spanglish' to negotiate this at Llao Llao.●Just because a bus stop is marked on the map, does not mean that all buses will stop there, seems obvious now but when we were hungover we wasted nearly an hour sat at the wrong bus ...
... the Refugio because he took the others all the way out. My return took me only about 2 hours. It was nice to hike back alone, setting my own pace and having some time to myself. I occasionally met other hikers on the trail, so I felt safe hiking solo.
My lunch was delicious because I was so hungry after that hike! I'd gone about 5 hours but it was easy and made me feel a little better to stretch my legs. I sat and relaxed and watched some amazing climbers conquer ...
... at a pub called Berlina: a really nice place, though it has very little german athmosphere.
A wonderful day in a wonderful place. Hard to imagine something better for our last day in Argentina. Last at least for now, as we'll go to Chile and then return in a few days. We devised a plan a little twisted but fast and economical to get to the bottom of Patagonia: by bus from Bariloche to Puerto Varas, on the other side of the Andes in Chile, then a flight from the ...