Asado - Argentinian BBQ
The next day we went for a stroll up the side of Mt Lopez to have a look at the fjords of Lake Nohuel Huapi. Really chill and the view we were paid off with at the end was incredible. We even got a really close view of a condor soaring just below us.
Start of the trail
Our first view point
A view from the top looking out over Nahuel Huapi Lake.
The next day we went for another walk to the top of a hill called Cerra Campario which according to National Geographic is in the top 10 views in the world coming in at number 7. Needless to say, it was a damn good one!
The view from the top of Cerra Campario.
That night we BBQ'd again but this time Mariano cooked. This was again delicious. By this point I'm sure I have eaten a months quota of meat but that wont stop me!
On our last day Mike and I took out the kayaks and went for a little paddle on the lake around sunset. It was really cool to get a different perspective of the hills and mountains in the area. I got to try out my new paddle that a buddy Shane made for me for Antarctica to. It was a beauty!
Flying Kiwi off a rock we found at the end of the peninsular.
And what's the point of a dry suit if your not going to jump off some shit/ I was way to hot and needed to cool down ASAP!
To wrap up San Carlos de Bareloche in a nutshell, there was Meat, Beer, and some cool little adventures whilst getting to hang out with some ship mates! Bloody good!
Cheers to Mariano and Loli for their incredible hospitality!