Apart hotel Libertador
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in Montevideo I then got a bus, luckily one straight from the airport 2 hours to Punta del Este. I got something together from the supermarket and then went to chill on the beach and read my book. It was so lovely. Today it's a bit cloudy so I met for a walk for about an hour along the coast and then I had some lunch in the hostel. This afternoon I will see what I'm going to do. If it brightens up the beach and if not I might go and check out Punta del Este centro, about 15 minutes on the ...
... that attached to the bottom of your hiking boots. They were extremely good at helping you to stay on the ice, rather than falling flat on your face, which I was also pleased with. The crampons were pretty heavy, though, and my boots are already a little too big, so they inflicted major damage on my heels as we climbed the steep walls of the glacier in order to get to the top. Soon we were enveloped by the sheer size and scope of the glacier and ...
... a sport in itself. El Chalten has only one ATM and often runs out of money and business there including our hostel don’t take any cards, so we need to get there with enough cash. The challenge with ATMs here in Patagonia is that even here in El Calafate they often run out of money, they don’t let you take out more than 1500 Argentinian Pesos, which is about £100, so you have to make multiple ATM trips.
We cook our dinner in the evening. There are quite ...
... over the previous week, we didn’t make photo stops on the way back.
We did a quick check in at the hotel, dumped the bags, picked up our glacier guide and headed out again. The guide was most impressed at how we divided up to jobs down town: supermarket shopping for lunch, a visit to the optician to get 2 pairs of glasses fixed and the bakery for fresh bread. As we travelled the 80km to the Perito ...
... stage 35 old souls where getting ready to use and journey up it. Despite both having colds (trying to translate Lemsip is more than a small challenge and I plan to now always carry 2 large boxes of Codral regardless if our holiday is just a weekend away), Oscar having an ingrown toe that he Bear Grills ripped out and feeling a little less worthy of our beautiful surrounds, we also got to do a little bit of souvenir shopping. Worry Dolls, or little voodoo looking woven things ...