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... bike and let gravity do the work….sort of. The excursion was called Cross Fire Mountain Bike - basically downhill all the way from the top of a mountain. Half the fun began as we ascended the mountain in a 4x4 truck. Usually the excursion uses a chairlift, but because the wind was sooooo crazy today, it was not operating. Please remember that I mentioned that today was very windy!
Oh, the other best part…..I was the only one on ...
After a mediocre sleep we were up early heading to our bus. The room was comfortable, but it was a little loud. We were on the Main Street in town so there was noise from lots of people walking around outside. We couldn't open the window in our room, it was painted shut, so it was hot as we were falling asleep. We kept the heater off, but woke up in the morning cold. But we did get a little sleep so not all bad, but not the best night ever. The hostel provided breakfast which was ...
... his friends. I was given a glass of beer (they all drank from the one bottle) and so sat with Chino, his friends and their families to be polite. At half empty, my glass was refilled. I said thanks, but I had a long day tomorrow and so this would be my last. I was not allowed to leave until gone midnight. I had to fill my glass with the childrens' grape juice just to stop it being filled with more beer. I was fed (again) on lamb and chicken and chorizo. I was shown the emu ...
... in the tablets too. I am not sure why. Shopping for a new beanie. Thrilling stuff really. So much variety in a Patagonian town it was hard to choose. Glaciarium A kind of glacier museum. A free shuttle takes you there from the tourist venter because it is around 10mins from town by car. A feisty South American family managed to push in the line and occupy all the seats on the bus so I ended up splitting a taxi with 2 random Americans named Nate and Lance from ...
... least a kilometre of boardwalk designed to give the visitor the optimum views of the various previously hidden faces of the glacier. The thing was massive. What we had previously thought to be the full extent of the glacier was shown to be only a third of the full ice front. What a spectacle!
An hour after sitting down in awe to contemplate the glacier and all its complexities I couldn't help but think surely Antarctica wouldn't be better than this.