Hostel de las Manos
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... A smile about the steering wheel on the other side than they expect and that is all. 20 minutes. No problemo. Police controls on the way are no different. Helpful, Friendly men and women. Lovely people. After Piedra Buena the wind gets really nasty. It blows a lot of sand and dust across the road, getting in everywhere. In the car in your eyes, in your nose. We all start sneezing and have dry throats. The next 750 km we drive in dust as fine as talcum powder. ...
... they use the thermals to help give them lift, we were privileged to get such a close encounter.
We passed the Los Cuernos peaks and then the Paine Grande before coming to Lago Pehˇe and a waterfall called Salto Grande. We stopped at a picnic area and whilst we went for a short walk to a view point across the lake the driver and trainee guide laid out a really lovely lunch with wine, beer, cherries, platers of meat and cheese ...
... discover (and get confused about) the dateline, and finally; they were the first Europeans to see penguins. I┤ll talk more about them later but, surprise, surprise, they┤re called Magellanic penguins.
There are a lot of Magellan Avenues/Streets in Argentina, since the voyage made its way down what is now the Argentinian coast, so I┤m constantly being reminded of the story. It┤s mentioned here and there that there┤s a popular museum ...