Cabanas Huella Blanca
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... a difference? Literally thousands and thousands all lying on the road and leaping on to my panniers or legs, for about 30 mins. Cars coming the other way had a bow wave of crickets (locusts) most of them smashing into the bottom of the car. Weird. Very weird. From strange insects to horrific head winds. Right on the nose for the 50km to San Martin. My ETA had been looking very nice, but the wind added over an hour, ...
An early start getting away from the hostel at 7:30, easy riding for the first couple of hours. After a quick empanada stop it was time to climb the Andes. Mostly unpaved of course! There had been a little rain so rather than it being a dust storm it was a little slippy. Later it was back to its punishing rocky dusty self. At the top I came across a lovely river lunch spot and then some nice lake side riding. This is where I met Santos who was hiking along the main road. He wanted to ...
... that were quite steep. There were a few good lookouts along the path, one view of the city from inside the boundaries of a local aboriginal reserve. For lunch we stopped at a little beach and were the only ones there. The water in Lacar Lake was pretty cold but the sun was warm and wind minimal. After lunch, we kept on going to the base of Mount Colorado where we made the wise decision to cycle back instead of attempting the summit (we ...
... on the beach, and now I'm further out of town staying with a couple couchsurfing hosts. As usual, its a great experience. I'm here for two nights and then I'll take THE BIG BUS, 22 hours long, overnight to BsAs. What a joy! I guess I should talk a bit about my hostel work in Bariloche, since it is paying for that big bus trip. I spent two weeks sleeping in an attic, working (usually) three - ...
... the effect of the ash as we had read it was the worst affected town. We had stayed there for a few days on a previous visit and it was a pretty little tourist town, with the nickname of 'Le jardin de Patagonia'. What a different place it is now. Apparently, half a metre of ash fell on the town in the initial stage of the eruption and , although the streets have ...