Travel Blogs from San Carlos de Bariloche
... one. I hadn't hiked through volcanic rock since I was a kid, and I was really take aback by the landscape. The rich red rocks rolled under my feet, continuing to trip me up all afternoon. The shallow rivers were dry for a few hours in the morning but quickly changed to a rapid mud flow totally depending on the snow melt.
The mountains surrounding the volcano which we were hiking were young enough that you could see the sharp sediment lines which had been thrust up over centuries ...
... br> It has been fun to have dinner with the family as we are entertained by the teenagers´ stories. We have to tell the kids to slow down as they get excited and speed up their Spanish. Amazingly, we are able to keep up much of the time.
The school in Bariloche is very small and we are in a class with just the two of us. It has been a great week to integrate all that we have learned over the preceding 4 weeks. We know we will not ...
... spent shopping for each other which meant splitting up. Pretty much the instant I left Andy I became hopelessly lost! So instead of buying presents in the designated hour, I just wandered around. Fortunately I stumbled across the pen shop trying to get back to the main street where we were meeting. I had to do ...
... was to come and we ate the best meal we had had in weeks, all washed down with a fine bottle of Argentinian red (this was nothing new though, aside from a night or 2 on the trek, every night seems to be washed down with a bottle of Argentinian red! Well... when in Rome... hic!)
We awoke the next day to a cold, grey day with a strong breeze blowing rain in from over the mountains. Our first properly ****** day, not bad considering we'd been on the go for a good ...
... cats that can be found in homes throughout the US, but these kitties were roaming free in the mountains! People were picking them up and petting them too, which made me think of all of the crazy germophobes we have back home that would frown upon that. Ahhh, cultural differences!
Further on through Isla Victoria I got another amazing view of an area that had volcanic ash spread throughout the water's edge! This was incredible. From far away it just looked like ...
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