Hosteria Alta Vista
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... it was already 12pm when they left, and this stretch - with its westerly turns - was famous for horrific headwinds. After 40 kilometres of tailwind, they caught up with Bernardo, a very bubbly Spanish hairdresser who was good company, but who was desperate - through his laddish banter and constant sexual innuendo - to prove to us he wasn't gay. When we turned into a horrific headwind on the Ruta 40, John suggested five minutes each riding on the front - this was long enough to make ...
... potatoes, onions, and was cooked in a wine sauce. It was so good and so much food. We finished as much as we could but it was hard because we ate quite a bit of the delicous homemade bread before the main course arrived.
The next day we were off to our mini trek on the perito moreno glacier. It included a boat ride up close to the glacier, a 1.5 hour trek on the glacier, and ...
... 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 ...
... an hour and you don't get right up to the glacier either. We had also decided not to do the glacier trek after hearing mixed reviews about it. Maria has already done it in New Zealand and there is of course lots of opportunities for snow and ice walking in Finland for free.
We were finally dropped of at the point where all the walkways start from at 11:45am and were told to be back there for the 3:30pm departure. It gave us just under ...
... country either.
We were soon on our way, driving through a very flat and boring, landscape. It was hard to stay awake in the bus, especially after the long walks we had been doing in Torres Del Paine. We arrived in El Calafate at 2:30pm and after grabbing a map from tourist information in the bus station, we walked the 50m to Hospedaje Flores del Sur. It has to be our easiest walk from transport to accommodation on the entire trip.