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... we took the number 20 bus for about 17km out of town and around the lake edge to Cerro Campanario. A chairlift will take people up about 1,000m to the top of the hill and back down for 100 pesos (about $10) each. At the top of the hill there are awesome 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains, lakes and Bariloche.
Back down at the bottom of the hill, we had to make a quick dash to the bus stop to catch the bus that just pulled up across the road. We ...
Tuesday 17 June. I got up and had beakfast. I was trying to get my toast to the perfect toastiness on one of those rotisserie toasters when an old man (a guest) told me off for touching the knobs. He got very excited then continued to show everyone else just how to use it like it was something new. We jumped on the bus again for about 1 minute and then got off to go through customs. We jumped back on the bus and crossed thr boarder into Argentina. At ...
It was activity day today! Much to jennys disappointment we were going biking! We caught the local bus to a bike rental place to do a 28km ride around a loop called circuito chico which takes in some of the most beautiful views in bariloche and finishes at a spot that national geographic has rated one of the 10 most beautiful views on the planet. Jenny doesn't know how to ride a bike and it was something she told me multiple ...
... rapids got tougher - the Flintstones , Devils Guts & Samba all G2 or G2+, then there was another rapid that was just a grade 1 that was so calm it was not even named. Next up it was G3 - the Slide and Martin in his wisdom decided we should go down sideways! Omg, we all had to lean as hard as we could to the left to try not to flip, so much fun, we made though all still in one piece and in the raft. Next up Deep Throat - a Grade 3+ we got so wet, but it was ...
... cruising the lake of Nahuel Huapi and visiting two iconic spots within the Lake District of Barioche. Pulling into the port we spotted the luxury looking Llao Llao golf course and hotel and we both decided that is where we will stay next time!
As we boarded our boat Modesta Victoria we were told that there will be no bilingual guide until later in the day, so at first I was a bit concerned that we would miss out on information but as it turned out ...