Crans Montana Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
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... At 10am we boarded our first boat for an hour cruise, then a short 3km bus ride to another boat that steams over the beautiful Felix Frías Lake for 20 minutes to Puerto Frías where we left Argentina. After customs we boarded a 4WD bus and drove up and over the Andes, stopping briefly at the Chilean border and Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park boundary for photos and snow fights. The bus descended to a glaciated valley and drove to Puella, where we entered Chile. This took sometime ...
... some veggie kinda wrap to take away. Went to jauja to get one final ice cream. Then back to hostel then took taxi to bus station. First time on Andes mar bus, pretty good except my headphone jack didn't work which was annoying so I moved seats for a bit. Lots of people from our hostel on the bus including Wei, sim, yas. Also saw zach from puerto natales and Sami knew ...
... included, have had our ups and downs during this trip, but as I contemplated the remaining 4 months, this was the first time that I felt like cutting it short. I kept my feelings to myself, although I later shared them with Caroline who was having similar thoughts. We were coming off of such a "high" after Sydney, Queenstown, and Hawaii, where everyone was friendly and spoke English, we could read the restaurant menus, grocery stores stocked familiar items, we walked ...
... travelling back into town
mid-afternoon. Decided to spend the rest of the day wandering around town and
picked up a fair few souvenirs as this would probably be our last time to shop
in Argentina before travelling home. We decided to again have tea at the hostel
so got the ingredients for nachos and fresh salsa which went down very well.
... it felt like sleet was pelting our ears. But the view and concept were worth it. Patrick and Barcy joined us for the camaraderie and for lunch.
At 3 pm, we had tango lessons. About two-thirds of our band of 37 showed up to see this couple who has won several competitions demonstrate the tango and then attempt to convey their knowledge, if not their skills, to our group of klutzes. It was amusing; and a good time was ...