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... with the glacier face in the background. I am chatting with Charlotte from Denmark from the tour while we watch and wait. Finally its back to the bus and return to Calafate and a dinner of vegetable soup after yet another visit to the ATM to get the daily allowance! Each use, a charge of $8 is levied. Is the Argentine government attempting to stop a run on its currency when its known to fluctuate so wildly? It makes money on every one of these ...
... colorful birds in the wilderness and identifying them based on the color of their beaks, legs, and chest. I guess I´m old now, or at least, not afraid to embrace my nerdy side. d we thought we had saved the best for last. Along the far edge of the estuary was a flock of flamingos that my dad proclaimed, never left the area. We thought we had judiciously saved the best for last and, therefore, did not head immediately to the flamingo lake. Sadly, as ...
... ed spaním. Dneska nikdo nechrápe, to je dobře…
Nedele 28. prosince
Kolem 6 hod ráno přijedeme do Rio Gallegos, to je takové největší město tady na konci světa, kde většina cestujících vystoupí a poslední 4 hodiny cesty je náš autobus v celku prázdný. Čím blíže jsme k El Calafate tím dramatičtější je krajina kolem nás. Je tu stále velice sucho, ale mnohem víc kopců i hor. ...
... hike. The hike around the lake’s edge gave us our first
views of the massive glacier as it spills into the lake. The walk took about an
hour before we rejoined the minibus for a very short drive to the glacier
viewing platforms. We had brought a picnic lunch with us and sitting and eating
was a great experience to sit only about 500 metres from the front of the
glacier which was across a narrow channel and watch ...
... rest of my chorizos I got on with learning Spanish and reading. I also went for a cheeky interval run; my first in my trail runners.
For an evening meal we went to a local resturant recommended by the hostel receptionist. Going as the doors opened (we generally eat well before the Argy norm) meant we'd snuck in without a reservation; we were later told the place was fully booked. Indeed bus loads of old people pilled ...