Hosteria Alta Vista
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... too. It was so high - 60 metres, 4km wide and 14km long. It grows 2 metres a say causing ice to regularly crack off. We saw this so many times and ice crashing down into the water - was awesome! We wandered round the platforms then found a good spot to have our lunch and drink our rank grapefruit tasting alcoholic cans we'd bought. Then Susan was keen to find out about boats and I badly needed to pee so we left Ellie holding the ...
... El Calafarte. By now, Arthur has nicknamed our driver Manuell (from Faulty Towers) El Calafate has taken incredible tourist advantage of the nearby Perito Moreno Glacier. With a little over 6,000 residents in 2001, and the expansion of tourism, the population was estimated at 20,000 people in 2014. This can clearly be seen by the many unsealed roads in the city area which is spread out over a huge area. Our boutique hotel is perched on a ...
... by military. It wasn't until the 1970's that Patagonia became a tourist hotspot as people realised the beauty of the glaciers.
After making a light salad in the evening we had an early night in preparation for the excursion to the Perito Moreno glacier the following day.
We were collected bright and early for a guided tour of Patagonia's number one highlight, the Perito Moreno glacier. Although ...
We were met at the hotel at 9.30 by the driver from the Las Torres Hotel and another English speaking girl. We were given a bag with some water, fruit and nut mix and a book on the Las Torres Hotel. We headed out of Punta Arenas, it is a lovely town, exceptionally clean, and orderly with traffic lights at all the intersections. We have to travel about 350 kms to the hotel, approximately a 5 hour trip because we stop for lunch for 1-1.30hrs. ...
... coffee stop was enjoyed but in retrospect this could and should have been forgone as our trek to the viewpoint to see the Torres didn't start until 10.50. We started from the hostel/ hotel in the National Park and I was pleased to see the weather was sunny and with little wind. Photos stops to photo guanaco and rheas and a lake where the evaporation of the glacial waters results in an alkaline ph and calcite deposits. I could write about the hike in detail but ...