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... follow the guides in a single file line so we didn´t fall in to crystal blue waterfalls or any of the deep crevices all around us. The blue and white shades of ice were extremely intense and sometimes almost blinding. The fact that the glacier was growing and moving while we stood atop it made me realize how small and insignificant we humans are compared to some of nature´s wonders.
Due to our nervous nature, the three of us had only signed ...
... panorama and also of the flowers and birds along the way. Just before reaching town we stopped for lunch. On arrival in town we all went to the ice-cream shop but it was closed… a great disappointment. Once in the hotel we all rushed to the shower and also to get all our dirty clothes into the laundry. Hopefully they will all be ready tonight!
The rest of the day was pretty relaxing, but those ...
... to walk around and watch the advancing glacier.
The walkways are very organized, they are like boardwalks with rails either side to prevent (well, discourage) anyone from trying to make their way down the steep hillside towards the base of the glacier for an even closer look. The walkways are maybe 800m away from the actual face of the glacier, but due to it's size, you feel you are a lot closer and the view can only be described as amazing. ...
... again. Sam maybe, and Rach I'll see in a couple of days. The week in Uruguay excluded there hasn't really been a time I haven't been with Viv since I've got here, and as such she's been one of the few constants of my time thus far in South America. She gives a good hug. ...
... does not end until 4 or 5 pm, "más o menos," meaning 5:30 pm would not be unheard of.
Our first order of business was to acquire cash, namely Argentinian Pesos. Knowing that the rate would be far better on the “blue" market, that is the "official" black market rate for US greenback, we bypassed any ATM machine and instead changed a few hundred in the first open place of business we came across, which ended up to be a pub. The place was empty except for the bar ...