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... 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 ...
We left El Calafate early the next day in order to make progress on our long journey north back to Bariloche. We decided not to simply go straight back up the way we had come, but go round the whole of Patagonia, up the Atlantic coast to the former Welsh province of Chubut and the city of Puerto Madryn.
It turns out that Patagonia isnīt just mountains, rivers, lakes etc as Iīd imagined. 90% is actually desert. Some people love desert, even Darwin on his way to ...
... stopping until Ushuaia, so I spent 4 hours in that damn bus, standing up and praying for not to falter.
The bus finally arrived at Ushuaia about 7pm. It wasn’t late but for me it had been already the longest day in my life. We directly went to the hotel, checked in and, once in the room, I lied on the bed. I don’t remember anything more; I simply woke up with the first sunlight the ...
So....After one minor breakdown in Calafate after I found out the bus we finally decided was our best option booked up in the last couple hours while we debated about what to do, a nice lady from another bus company helped us book a local bus to the nearby city of Rio Gallegos where she said she thought there would be another bus we could catch to BA. Well, she was right about the bus, but ...
... shooting down Route 3 through the flat plains of Southeastern Patagonia. It was an uncomfortable trip since I had just fallen ill with a persistent headache, weakness throughout my body and constant body temperature changes.
When I arrived my host mother, Maribel, was walking up to the bus to meet me. I was expecting to see the rugged red Nissan SUV parked and waiting for us, but they had upgraded to a shiny white Nissan luxury SUV that among other things was an ...