- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... up the teleferica (cable car) to the top of Cerro Otto to check out the views over Bariloche and have a beer in the revolving restaurant. The following day we picked up the car and headed out towards San Martin on the seven lakes road. The start of the national park Nahuel huapi was like driving in an old western movie, Clint Eastwood popping up on top of one of the ridges would not have looked out of place at all. As we turned off towards villa traful the ...
... only 40 minutes. While waiting to board, Derek went for a walk and bumped into George and Tai from Le Boreal. She is a top ophthalmologist in Hawaii and he just enjoys himself. She seems happy with the arrangement as he does house duties. Interesting and enjoyable couple.
As we boarded the bus which took us to the plane, I managed to squeeze into a back row seat but Derek had to stand. The lovely young man next to me stood up and offered Derek his seat. ...
... on the table to share. Food order taken, the chef turned away and we called him back and asked to order drinks but he simply told us that another waiter would come for that, he did the meat only. Another waiter quickly came and took our order for a bottle of Postales Fin del Mundo Malbec wine and some beer for the boys.
It didn't take long for a wooden board, with the most mouthwatering steak, to ...
... was glad to get to a relatively big town for Semana Santa. My next stop was to cross into Chile, with main goal of getting more US dollars to help make the next part of Argentina cheaper, I had heard recommendations that Pucon was a great place for activities including hiking a volcano then sledging down on the snow, it was unlikely this was going to be on the cards, but there was plenty of hot springs for soothing those ...
... skin, I then knew something wasn't right... Now as I'm sure most of you know, we are extremely lucky in the UK that we have a health service that is pretty incredible, yeh sure it has its flaws but it will treat anyone for free with no discrimination, the only consideration being that the patient is looked after. It isn't quite the same elsewhere in places such as Argentina. The ambulance that arrived to take me to the hospital, the ...