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... the traditional way for dinner. All in all the day wasn't wasted and after some trepidation about the 4x4 everything worked out well. Wednesday 26th The wind had dropped enough today to allow us to take the boat to the ice face of both Upsala and Spegazzini glaciers. Our catamaran passed enormous icebergs that have fallen off the face of the glacier, the beautiful blue is amazing. The ice sheet looked like pale blue frosted icing. Thursday back to ...
... to the Northern entrance to Parque Nacionales Los Glaciares, and Eli literally had nothing to wear on his feet, aside from faux Crocs, or his two right shoes.
We continued on toward El Chaltén in search of reasonably priced hiking boots. We travelled through the blizzard, passing wild lamas (Guanacos) and ostrich like birds (Lesser Rheas) running skittishly across the road, and made it to the mountain town by late afternoon, just as the sun had come out from beneath ...
... and sharp terrain. As we hiked we saw crevasses that dropped hundreds of feet, streams that carved through the ice before falling down sub-glacial waterfalls, lakes, sink-holes, and we even got to explore a small ice cave.The ice cave was definitely the highlight, and something that had been missing from my first visit. The cave had been carved my a small stream, so you had to straddle the stream as you walked in on your cramp-ons. It was ...
... a l'autocar. Com que va tot ple, seiem a terra a davant de tot. L'Elena i l'Ariana estan una mica espantades i cansades, pobretes. Aquest conductor tan bona persona ens ha fet un bon favor. Ah, quan pugem a l'autocar, la gent que seien al davant van voler saber que ens havia passat i una dona fins i tot ens va recriminar que haguéssim matat a la llebre i no haver fet res per no atropellar-la. Comentari estúpid en aquest context.
... clean up and rest up, as I was sure we would go back to functioning on an Argentine schedule now that we would be traveling with a couple of natives for two days.
Once they were back, we went to dinner at Pura Vida, which Lonely Planet had said was the best restaurant in town. We learned about each other over a couple of bottles of wine and lamb pot pie and lamb stew. We then walked to a bar to have some more drinks before turning in.