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... over a wood fire. We've seen them all over Patagonia, and finally got to try it! The lamb was really good (I tried mikes) it's a lot more mild tasting here compared to lamb you get at home. Also with the way it's cooked it has a bit of a smokey flavour. Really good. I got a steak. And it was excellent. It came with some roasted potatoes and an amazing creamy mushroom sauce. Similar to the sauce Donna makes for Christmas and thanksgiving (if any of you have had the pleasure of ...
... It is growing, most of the glaciers are receding. Upsala that we saw yesterday was larger but it is receding about 100 metres per year. The Perito Moreno glacier is collecting ice in the middle and growing and the pressure causes it to calve regularly when it reaches Lake Argentino into Rico Bend or Canal de Los Témpános (ice flow channel).
At 11.30 we boarded a boat for a cruise that takes you to within 300 metres from the face of the glacier. We spent about an ...
... wildlife photographer in seconds! The boat ride back was quite exciting as the swell had picked up a lot, there were quite a few sea sick faces, including Hannah's. Once back on dry land it was to the hostel ready for an early morning bus back to Puerto Natales and good bye to Koen until we visit him in Antwerp on our return. Due to bus times we had a night in PN and stumbled across a really cheap hostel that was in the process of being converted, ...
... the town, having lunch at a nice café/restaurant. We see quite a few Americans, English and still Germans and the French. There is more English speaking people here, hurrah… The town has a nice feel with some Indian and gaucho influence. We are planning what to do in the local area, booked a trip to see the glazier Perito Moreno for the day after tomorrow.
As the food in the restaurants is a little overpriced for what you get, we have started cooking a little. ...
... country either.
We were soon on our way, driving through a very flat and boring, landscape. It was hard to stay awake in the bus, especially after the long walks we had been doing in Torres Del Paine. We arrived in El Calafate at 2:30pm and after grabbing a map from tourist information in the bus station, we walked the 50m to Hospedaje Flores del Sur. It has to be our easiest walk from transport to accommodation on the entire trip.