Casa Azul - Familia Patagonica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and… well, anything that moved other than his horse friends and us. We rode up to the lake so the horses could rest for a while but Majo was too afraid of the waves to even attempt going near the shore.
Other than his fears, I could safely say that Majo was the best horse that I have ever ridden.
After our marvelous time with the ...
... to get the group an earlier shuttle home. Unfortunately I had taken off for another walk (out of boredom) and missed that shuttle. That night we headed out for a steak dinner before heading to a local bowling alley/pool hall for Vinnys birthday. It turned into a fairly rowdy night. I headed home after three consecutive misses of the white ball and the cue. Good fun though.
... a scenic walk, there was nothing to do. After a day of staying in the hostel and hanging out with my dorm mates, I finally got a spot for the glacier tour which did cost about 100 USD and took everyone in a touristic, cattle like way to the visiting platform and walkway to the glacier. Despite the tourist infrastructure and masses of expensive camera owners waiting for their ...
... fee. I mean, why is not 40 or 41? Why 40.65? I don’t get it. Who sets this? Who thinks this is a reasonable charge? Does Argentina not want any foreign tourists?
There’s a “LINK” sign at this ATM as well. I figured that spells trouble as this sign has appeared at several other ATMs I’ve tried to use. I guess it’s one of the big ATM networks in Argentina.
It was pure torture waiting to use this ATM. Keep in mind ...
... balloons to a couple of thousand during the summer peak season. There are numerous trails leading out of the village into the nearby mountains from where you can view yet more glaciers and lakes. Most of them can be easily walked in a day, but there are some longer ones that require you to camp overnight. Many people base themselves in the village for several days of hiking, but for us it was a toss up between here and the Torres del Paine National Park across the ...