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So here our Patagonian Adventure starts. We arrived in El Calafate in the dead of the night from Buenos Aires dropping from 30 degrees to 6 degrees-bit of a shock to the system but finally my Patagonia coat comes into it's own! El Calafate is named after the berry Calafate, legend says if you eat it you will always come back to Patagonia. Monday was a quiet day recuperating ...
This is my day: 1. Alarm off at 6:23, practicing yoga by 6:30. 2. Out the door to find a lavandaria, bc I've decided they charge too much at the hostel 3. Walk down the hill from the hostel with about 3-4 kilos of laundry drop clothes off at lavandaria (afterwards found one closer) 4. Didn't think through laundry day when packing...stuck wearing yoga clothes from this morning as under clothes and short pants that exposed my calves. ...
... to a hotel. Although it was 3pm, the restaurant there was still open; Nayan had found a hidden gem! We had gorgeous panoramic views of the lakes. We stayed here for almost two hours before completing the final few km back to the bike hut.
As we had missed out on horse riding in Mendoza, Bariloche was the place for us to do it. Carol Jones (name of the owner and company) was recommended to us and Nayan and I had a great day. Nayan also ...
... W trek' - so-called because from above it looks like a W as it zigzags through the mountains. We weren't there to do that but we were pleased to be able to get a feel for the place and to see a decent amount of the mountains despite the heavy cloud cover. We also walked by a $7000-a-night hotel right in the National Park. Yes, 7,000 US dollars! That, apparently, includes transportation to and from the hotel (and it's MILES from anywhere) boat rides, ...
... 2 1/2 hours to wander around on viewing platforms. This was also extraordinary with stunning views and a good calving of the glacier that we saw! Despite the squillions of other tourists we had a great day and took many photos between the 3 of us. Back in El Calafate we wandered around the main area again and enjoyed a large meal of Argentinian beef/lamb again. Tomorrow we bus to El Chalten to the Fitzroy ...