16.03.2012 - 18.03.2012 18 °C
After a good sleep in a comfortable but slightly odd Hospedaje (the owner didn't seem to want guests), we ate breakfast and headed into the town centre. There was not a lot to do in Osorno, so we just checked out the main streets and ate loads of food from the mega supermarkets (as good as home) where we found brown bread, as rare as hens teeth in this part of the world.
The town square had a massive bronze bull, and the market near the sqaure was interesting, then we sorted our bus tickets back into Argentina to Bariloche, the outdoor capital of Argentina.
The drive went up into the mountains and wound through beautiful scenery. The border crossing took its usual couple of hours, and we arrived around 10pm in Bariloche...