Hosteria Alto Verde
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... they knew how nice and warm the fireplace was. After our stop we continued into Los Glaciares National Park. We got off the bus at one point and took an hour hike along a lake which gave us some distant views of the glacier. We could also examine the surrounding mountains and see the distinctive tree line both at the lower parts, due to the rising and lowering waters, and upper parts where the temperature cools and trees can't ...
... back from the face of the glacier. As the sunshine broke through, we sat, watched, ate, dozed and strolled around the site, observing big chunks of ice crashing into the turquoise lake below. It is a truly incredible natural phenomenon, but after three hours, we felt ourselves fading with tiredness (Nadine can barely walk with her chest), and we shamefully headed for the cafe for a bottle of wine before catching the bus home. We had heard of a restaurant in town described ...
... of an hour uphill sector with the guide, Laura. Most of us sensible folk took a more leisurely descent enjoying the photo opportunities, the summer flowers and orchids and the views across the lakes. I should say that the weather has been unseasonably warm, calm and quite unlike the usual rain,wind and poor visibility. Must be the Wallace factor! Our campsite for the evening was a municipal one with a meal in the canteen - edible but very un memorable though the ...
... We were lucky
enough to see some pieces of ice break off and fall into the water making a
loud booming noise. The many shades of blue ice and weird shapes as well as the
strange shaped small icebergs made this a very special day. We had 2 hours here
before being taken to the boat ramp for the optional boat tour right up to the
face of the glacier. The weather was bitterly cold and by the time we got onto
the boat we had ...
... stayed in the hostel wallowing. But getting my **** out and into gear was definitiely the right call. It kind of makes me wonder about those demons apathy and laziness and whether I still suffer from them on The Road, but just have more options to overcome them, particularly since by definition I am always moving on.
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