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... we were a little sore in the evening. Nothing a good spa couldn’t sort out though… We ate at a really good local restaurant called Aldea which has a constantly changing menu due to seasonal availability and they grow most of their veg in their garden. We had local rabbit tartare which was so tasty and then lamb steak & slow roasted beef for our mains we washed it down with a lovely bottle of Carmenere (Our favourite South American grape). A great end to a lovely day. ...
... in English and it was quite obvious she didn't understand him. He had left his shoes on the bus (i did say clueless gringo). I came in and calmly explained to her in Spanish what the bloke had done and then she sorted him out. After chatting to her for a bit i asked for a discount on our bus tickets and she gave then to us for 9000 ($18) each when the normal price is 12000 ($24). Being a clued in gringo often works ...
We had another day with the gang in Buenos Aires before we wanted to head back down South to Ushuaia to try and get a last minute deal to Antarctica. We walked through the streets and ran into another protest outside the capital building. No real emotion in this protest, just some smelly tent people.
... walks which give you access to better views of the glacier and I managed to find a good spot very close to the centre of the snout and sat watching huge chunks of ice crumble away with deafening noise whilst sipping my litre of ready mixed Fernet and coke, I was talking to a French couple and relaxing when I caught sight of a boat with what seemed to be a tennis court on the back of it within 150m of the glacier snout! I had no idea what it was but through the old binoculars I saw ...
... could hold 90 liters which is like the biggest packs they sell and it was a freaking tower. So in honor of the trip that was how I came to be called (with the pack on) Torres del Pagina. When it wasn't on my back I affectionately and hatefully called it Old Red. It was to be the bane of my existence.
No one really prepares you for the whole "here's a pack with 60 lbs. on it now walk 11km, good luck ...