- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... a more than reasonable rate, restaurant recommendations, etc., we got to know him and his family along the way.
Harry, a Dutch climber who has accented the highest peak in each of the seven continents, and who makes his living guiding others who aspire to such adventures, had met his now Argentinian wife, Ivana, in Lhasa, Tibet back in 2006. When they met, he was prepping to lead an Everest expedition, whilst she had simply been biking through Asia, getting to know ...
... on the way to the equally beautiful town of San Martin de los Andes. The whole area, including Bariloche is known for its artisenal chocolate so we indulged in much of it along the trip - it wouldn't have been right not to!
... Squid's foot was hurting pretty bad but he too wanted to see the lake from the bottom, so he climbed down as well, meeting me on a tree branch which was perched inside the lake upon some rocks and which we stood on to marvel and the absolute tranquility we had discovered. As mentioned, the way up was not so easy. I almost fell and had to grab a branch... it turns out it was not a branch but a small cactus like plant which left about a dozen splinters all over my hand... ...
... ash. The residents are still cleaning up after it. Were hoping it wont explode whilst we're here. So after a 4 hour bus ride we made it to San Martin and it is another Pretty town on the edge of a lake. We had the choice of ziplkning, a boat cruise or mountain biking and we chose mountain biking of course. We just finished our pizza for dinner and on the way home we saw a 4x4 decked out with lots of lights and speakers. There is a really ...
... but knowing we do not want to go hungry, we choose to battle the wind. We fight our way down the road with every ounce of physical and mental strength we have. We can only push on for so long before our bodies need a break, and we can only stop for so long before our minds give up the motivation to continue on. We hop from one wind shelter to the next, going about 15km at a time, hiding behind trees and bus stops. We watch the clouds sweep by at ...