Hosteria Kau Kaleshen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... country steppe. It was a memorable day, partly for the change in the landscape, and partly because it was the furthest either Matt of John had ever ridden in a single day. Sunday 8th February. Perito Moreno Glacier. Matt and John woke feeling tired, whilst Nadine woke up still choking and wheezing. There was only one thing for it: a visit to the Perito Moreno glacier. After an 85 kilometre bus ride, we arrived at the drop off point: four kilometres of walkways set about two ...
... a milky blue from the minerals in the glacial ice. If I was a birdwatcher I would have been in paradise. But I am not. But it was still interesting for a quick windy walk. Full of ibis and flamingos and all sorts of other birds. The flamingos here can fly and you can watch them return to the park at sunset. When I bought my ticket they guessed instantly I was Australian even though I spoke Spanish. My accent must be getting worse. Mini trekking excursion on the ...
Argentina is in a mess. A beautiful mess, but a mess none the less. No one in the country wants their currency which decreases in value by roughly 40% per year. The official rate is $1US = 8.5 pesos but the rate in shops, in hostels in fact just about everywhere is higher than that. Often much higher. Even though it is illegal to trade in currencies, everyone does it and quite openly too. The most desirable notes are clean, near new $100US bills which earn up to ...
... 40cm a day on the edges and 2m in the middle. That seems a lot, but when you consider that the height at the front of the glacier is about 60 metres, it's 5 kilometres wide and it extends 14 kilometres back into the mountains, it's actually not that much movement. It's hard to understand how big it actually is without having something to show the scale, that was where the boat was handy, it gave us a bit of perspective as it sailed as close as ...
... That probably wouldn't have given us enough time in the museum before closing, never mind the Ice Bar next door, so we decided to skip it.
Instead we took a walk around town to see what was there and if we could find any money exchanges, which there weren't which seemed odd for a tourist town. We wandered round the APN grounds with various statues and one for the victims of the Falklands War.
We ate at Pietro, which seemed quite full ...