Hotel Cabanas Arco Iris
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... a difference? Literally thousands and thousands all lying on the road and leaping on to my panniers or legs, for about 30 mins. Cars coming the other way had a bow wave of crickets (locusts) most of them smashing into the bottom of the car. Weird. Very weird. From strange insects to horrific head winds. Right on the nose for the 50km to San Martin. My ETA had been looking very nice, but the wind added over an hour, ...
... same hike as me so I agreed to meet him at the trail head 2km down the road. He arrived and we went in hunt of three 'lost lagunas'. Turns out Santos was a nature tour guide of the local area but had no customers this week so had hitchhiked himself out to explore a new route to take future clients. This meant he explained to me the name (in Spanish) of every single tree, flower and bird in the forest, which was great. Except I instantly forgot every word, far too many more ...
... three hours to make it back to the bike shop before close). At the end of the day, we bought some food and beer and went down to the beach in town and enjoyed some more sun. That night, we realized that it was going to take us longer than we thought it would to take to get to El Chalten. Unfortunately, that would mean leaving San Martín a day earlier than planned. After a lot of phone calls and some running around (mostly in ...
... it wasn’t much warmer in the tent. We had blankets, sleeping bags and some cold weather gear so we were able to get a decent night sleep. We did stay dry through the random rain showers. Our camp was set-up on the lake shores in a designated camping area. It was right next to a ranger station but there were no facilities. To our surprise we had the whole area to ourselves. Although this is a popular summer destination for hiking ...
Arrived in San Martin and to our hostel. We are a bit from the beach, but pretty central in terms of shops and restaurants.
We spent the afternoon checking with the bus companies trying to work out which was the best way to get back into Chile without going back over the same border and seeing the same jerks who promised to only give us a 10 day visa.