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... for awhile in Chile. We stopped in a small town to grab food at a small grocery store but of course it was closed due to siesta time. We drove further and made it to the next border crossing. Unlike the other one that was a few kilometres between the two, this one had both countries' customs in the same building. I don't know much about design but they definitely need to work on their flow of traffic ...
... baby goats. Wildlife along the road included Condors, eagles, geese,wild horses, ostriches, flamingos and lamas to name a few.
The glacier itself was just incredible, the sheer size of it was just hard to believe, it just didn't look real. The park has several walking platforms which let you explore most angles of the glacier up close. The glacier is actually in equilibrium but advancing constantly, before our very eyes large chunks of the ...
... commented on how wonderful the Patagonian desert is, but we do not. It feels like you´re driving on a treadmill – the landscape is so vast that there´s nothing close like trees that whip by, the scenery of dust and shrubs doesn´t change and neither does the sky, so it feels like you´re going nowhere hour after hour.
Three hours later, we arrived at Rio Gallegos, the most southerly point on our whole trip since October/November. We thought it would be cool to ...
I woke up, took a pleasant shower and then I looked to a wall clock in front of me: It was 11am! I had not remembered that there were only 3 sunlight hours in Ushuaia during the winter season. I had slept up to 14 hours and I have never slept more than that day.
Although, I was ready again to continue visiting places, travelling and enjoying the trip!
Albert Dominguez ...
Last time I was here, in Rio Gallegos, was mid-January 2008. Last time I was here I had just graduated from high school in Yellow Springs and was beginning my 11-month exchange program. As a part of the exchange program I was assigned a host family and my host family lived in Rio Gallegos. I was pretty darn surprised when I googled Rio Gallegos and found out just how far south it was. A little apprehensive, but excited, I set out on my exchange.
This time around ...