El Viejo Lobo De Mar
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... into Argentina the next morning. After dinner, we all climbed into our sleep sacs, under our blankets and closed our eyes by 8:30 pm, just exactly as the sun set.
Tackling the final stretch of road leading us to Ushuaia, at the end of the planet, was our goal for Wednesday, April 9th. We woke up shielded from the wind by those fourteen trees, but somehow we were, nevertheless, feeling the Antarctic freeze before the sun was high enough in the ...
... 100 km hike patagonian flat (more than less) ;) - Speedy Gonzales Sandra (our local tour guid in Torres del Paine) - 8 Bottles Malbec, 2 Carménère - 10 Kg Lomo, Steak, King Crab ..... - 20 Empanadas - a dog on border control who smells the sandwich from the day before - 1 Chimichurri bomb! (sorry again Duy) - an ice storm on Pinguin walk - Nr. 2 in the free nature (2 times) Now, let the pictures ...
... rivers of southern patagonia. We passed the worlds most southern golf course and also the most southern train, and landed at the entrance to the national park where we disembarked. Being visitors we had to pay an entrance fee of around $15 and then once inside we again had to change bus.This took us to a really pretty lake with a pier, where we were greeted by large ducks, cormorants and a stunning view over the beagle channel towards the mountains of Chile. We ...
... out for the sake of seeing what Mother Nature is hiding down here is difficult to describe. Maybe I've just learned to block it out, to only remember the good parts - the surreal rock formations jutting from the earth, the crisp, clean streams we filled our water bottles from, the wildflowers of all sizes and colors, the calafate berry bushes that fed us sweet treats along the way, the endless white and deep blue glaciers that fill the air with loud booms as huge chunks calve ...
... descent a little easier, and as I had nothing left to break I was in the clear. The path was a minefield of trees and branches that were holding snow. One touch and you were covered in it.
Arriving back at camp I collected Rach, we had brekky and packed up our tent. The Israelis never stirred the entire time even though we were trying to be as loud ...