Hosteria Kau Kaleshen
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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The first view of this glacier in the Glacier National Park of Argentina took our breath away. Leading up to the park we'd seen the usual brown arid arid steppe landscape, then in the park it had turned to deciduous forest. The park was set up in 1937 to preserve the flora, fauna and the 350 glaciers of which 14 can be visited. Scientific surveys are carried out on many we can't see or visit ...
... the table next to us got looked pretty delicious. The restaurant also had a complimentary shuttle home so that was awesome. Friday we got up early for our tour out to the famous Perito Moreno Glacier. It's the only glacier in the world that is currently stable and not retreating. It stands 40-60m tall and has an additional 100m under the water. It's 3.5km wide where it meets the lake and is 30km long. It was incredible!!! Our guide gave us lots of interesting facts, including that ...
... We looked at one more three dimensional movie of the glaciers in Patagonia. Here Manuela made me a woman carefully photographed the individual frames of the film with her camera from the screen. The photos would not have to make because of the movie in the shop of the Museum was available. With the shuttle bus we went back to El Calafate where we cooked dinner yet for us and then fell asleep tired and happy. The next day it was to pack up because we wanted to travel to El ...
We packed our bags, ever hopeful that we can still squeeze everything in. We were unable to post anything back to Australia as we had hoped. The postal system leaves a lot to be desired and it was going to cost a fortune and we also read some things that actively discouraged us from sending anything. It appears it is slow and extremely unreliable. Therefore we still have all our thermals plus our new jackets x2. We were picked up at ...
... artisan shops. We can't buy anything because we have full bags already, especially now with the waterproof jacket and under jacket that Aurora gave us.
We found a nice little store Tribus Del Sur and Ben bought a nice gift for Louise and I bought a ceramic statue, she bubble wrapped it well for me so it should be able to be carried in my hand luggage without too much problem. The sculptor who made it is from Buenos Aires so we might see if we can find him ...