Aires del beagle apart hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... stayed at the park until just before closing and then drove to a camp site in another part of the park overlooking Lago Roca, a lake which flows out past the glacier and can be dammed during winter when the glacier advancers. It was another amazing camp site however it had minimal facilities.
The next day our journey south continued on Ruta 40 passing through Rio Gallegos. We arrived at the border crossing at around 5.30pm and joined a massive queue of ...
As the taxi wound its way through the streets of Buenos Aires to the domestic airport, I saw a different side of this huge city to the one coming in from the international airport last night. Instead of the grimy soaring apartment blocks and traffic snarls I saw old colonial style architecture edging large city parklands and wide tree lined avenues. There was less traffic, early morning joggers and the golden glow of the sun coming ...
... very small colony away from Antarctica. There were just a handful of people and a research scientist there with us, and we also managed to get drinking water at the visitor centre (portacabin). Matt's saddle sores were now unbearable and Nadine had to do a bottom inspection and treat with antibiotic cream and a dressing once we returned to the bus shelter. We then pushed on on some bad ripio with a mass of heavy traffic coming towards us, but a ...
... The pickup sign for our arrival had written 'Coyne' & 'Elspeth' on it. I had to have a chuckle. We drove in a bus from the airport to our hotel dropping a few other people off throughout the city. Some homes nicely kept with precious flower gardens that will only last a couple of months in this climate. Others, real junk yards! Some houses were built from galvanised iron-- how cold would they be in winter! Or what insulation do they have? ...
I've now crossed the entire 4000+ kilometers (2500 miles) of Chile by bus, awed by the beauty and diversity of this land in its many shapes and colors as I roamed deeper into austral latitudes towards the literal end of the road. Since leaving Cusco just before Christmas I've covered 4500 miles. However, I'm actually writing this from El Bolson, Argentina, just south of Bariloche, which brings my total ground travel to ...