EOLO - Patagonia's Spirit
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Breakfast Available
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... a truly amazing thing to see and something we will never forget. The next day we were back on a bus bound for the small town of El Chalten to hike Argentina's answer to Torres del Paine, but we would return to El Calafate for a day afterward, visiting the Glaciarium to learn about all we had seen in Patagonia over the two previous weeks, popping into the adjacent ice bar where we dressed up like East 17 in the music video for ...
... and many more. They were all amazing and we had a great time trying to understand one another lol... We woke up New Year's Day to a cloudy and windy morning. It was actually kind of refreshing considering how hot it had been. After a slow start, we joined Luli's parents for lunch. They have a really cool garden area between their home and the coach house that produces a "micro climate" allowing them to grow some very tropical plants. Among them was the white bird ...
... thundered and sounds like an angry person. The crowning glory that keeps people there for hours are the cave-ins which is when blocks of ice fall from the snout and plunge into the icy water with a deafening effect. Its very had to tell when or where its going to happen on the glacier snout but every crack is greeted by turning heads. When a big block or whole section caves-in its amazing the noise, the huge shower of ice, the smash in the water was almost ...
... two smaller groups of eight, each with a lead guide (follow her footsteps or face the doom of cravasses!) and one just checking noone did indeed fall down any cravasses. We progressed forward in zig zags in order to navigate around barriers, most of which were either cravassas or raised parts. Sometimes the glacier almost had a feel of sand dune type formations. As mentioned above towards the centre of the glaciar the grey let up and we were only surrounded by white and ...
Parana is a river city of 200,000 sitting on the Parana River. Although around 500kms away it’s in the same state as the Iguacu falls and we crossed the Parana River when we crossed from Paraguay into Brazil. Parana is a really nice city with leafy plazas, a nice river side walkway and some nice colonial style buildings. We strolled around the whole town enjoying the pleasant warm weather. The people are ...