Started the day slow, and then walked down town, exploring the shops and
restaurants available, we then jumped on a town our (which was in Spanish)
but the bus was a train so we had little choice with the boys.
We then visited one of the chocolate factories so the boys could see how
chocolate is made. Bariloche is like being in Zurich on the edge of the lake
but also the South American Chocolate capital, every 3 store is selling
really good chocolate. The wind chill factor off the lake reminds me of
Zurich and Geneva, the architecture is similar but a lot smaller.
Our goal here for a day or so is to stop for 8 days one room, one park, and
similar restaurants, you need to stop moving for a while especially with the
young boys who are enjoying the trip, but a difference we seeing on the land
trip vs the cruising is that when we travel with the boat, their home is
always the same eg Gijima goes with them, which gives stability. Moving
hotels, cabins on a nighly basis while we get to new places it does give us
the hassle of packing and unpacking, new rooms, which wares. Sean asks about
the boat, he treats Gijima as part of the family, so a 8 day one place will
But this is nice spot.