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Bariloche, in Argentina, is a kind of little swiss colony in the middle of the Andes, a village made of stones and wood where good chocolate is made, and where lots of tourists come in summer to go in the mountains, or in the winter to go in the snow.
In Autumn it’s a bit dead. Too cold to go in the mountains, to warm for the snow to cover the whole mountains. So there’s fery few tourists.
I spent two nights there, in transit from Valparaiso, I went to the mountains and in the snow, and then I took the bus to El Calafate, in the south south south of the continent.
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