Hosteria Kau Kaleshen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... go? Saw some cool parrots then opened other bottle of wine and decided to use the self-timer on our cameras and attempt to take jumping photos - we had to take a few attempts! Was funny! Then had to head back for bus, quickly peed then finished rest of wine on bus. Got back I wasn't that hungry but Susan was so went to restaurant and had another bottle of wine and shared a pizza with Ellie but left half of it for lunch tomorrow. Then ...
Another bus ticket and also this time a boat.
Beautiful blue sky this morning and of course David was right, I didn't need my hat, coat and gloves ....but we're going on a boat to see icebergs its got to be cold, right! .....
iIt was a nice drive of about 75kms to the Glacier National Park and as the guide said, the weather was not your ...
... br> After staring in sheer awe for nearly two hours we realised that the long trip down to southern Argentina was completely worth it for the trip to the glacier and the hike to laguna los tres in El Chalten alone. We were dropped back to our hostel for 5 after a great day.
The receptionist at our hostel informed us of an Asado (BBQ) in the evening which we swiftly availed of when she explained that it was a buffet with ...
... restaurant where we were given the local Patagonian red wine (the grapes are grown up near Santiago because it is too cold down here). First course was a lamb, egg and olive empanada, then we had roast lamb, boiled potatoes, with a lettuce and tomato salad and fresh bread and salsa. Fruit salad was for dessert. I had a black coffee and we decided we would prefer to head to the hotel and not watch the shearing demonstration. We had met the ...
... we visited the banos- loos to the non Spanish speaking reader- and I had to buy a beer for my unofficial guide before we clambered onto the minibus for our campsite. Best beer in along while Inga and I agreed! More concessions for the old woman as our guide had obtained an extra inflatable mattress for me and allocated Inga and I a slightly bigger tent. I have to say the hardest thing about camping is getting into and out of the tent when ones knees ...