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Travel Blogs from El Chalten
... before kicking on with our adventure.
We kept hiking and then got to the last up hill push to take us to the lookout ridge. Luckily there was a stream just in front of the start so I topped up my water and started the push. It took a solid hour up the steepest terrain I've encountered hiking recently and it sucked. The trail was rocky, slippery, and just generally hard work. I was a little behind the rest of the boys but when i got over the ridge, i ...
... what is now Indonesia/Malaysia; 250 men left Spain on five ships, only 18 returned on one (the Victoria); the world was three times bigger than anyone realised (they thought it would take a few months but it took over two years); the voyage discovered the Pacific Ocean and it is called that because of them (it was an ocean of pacified winds); since the 18 men that made it were the first to go around the world, they were also the first ...
... and up at the towers. It was easily the best picnic spot we've had on this trip.
The next day, we got our camping gear and food supplies together and set off for a three day trek around Fitz Roy. Three days, at least, according to some. We started walking around 9am and reached our end-of-day-one campsite by 10:30am. Even if we strolled and rested at every corner we'd still have only taken another hour or so. ...
... and drove and drove and drove. For hour after hour. We had thoughtfully packed a load of CDs to listen to and (as Nicky and Dan will testify) a bit of Auberge with Chris Rea always hits the spot! It has done for so many years!! And then we hit the grabel. At first just short sections but then we got on to a serious section which was something like 100km. It was seriously hard going at times on deviated sections, easier on others where we were still ...
I was hiking a long route alone today and came across a middle aged Brazilian who was struggling to find energy. I didn't really want to walk with him but I could feel he was feeding off my energy so I kept looking back to make sure he was following. His English and Spanish are very rough and my Portuguese is zero so conversation was tricky. Turns out he was a professional mountain biker and also a ...
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