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Published: March 13th 2013
Woke up to another cold and drizzly day, but decided to not let the weather dampen our spirits and go for a trek to Cerro Llao Llao. It took around an hour on the bus to get to the start point.
The weather was grim, but we were somewhat sheltered from the wind and the rain in the forest, and managed to get a break in the weather to have lunch at a beautiful spot.
After lunch the weather got worse, and by the time we reached the summit of Cerro Llao Llao it was really closing in. The rain today melted the majority of the snow that had fallen on the peaks a few days prior.
After descending the Cerro, we walked back through lowlands covered in raspberry & blackberry bushes, and huge apple and pear trees. All of them were bearing fruit and made for a nice energy hit.
Managed to get on a bus without too much of a wait, but had to stand the whole way, which was the last thing our legs needed. There is no such thing as a full bus here, they just keep cramming people on. There must have
Lago Nahuel Huapi
Howling wind creating white caps on the lake
been close to 80 people standing alone by the end of the trip.
We got back to the hostel and paid back the lads by cooking up some pasta, and then crashed to bed heavily.
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