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... held up well. Conditions varied from nice but cold to battering sideways wind. I cracked on with another spag bol whilst the girls headed for a spar afternoon. Me and Sam later headed into town for some winter accesories. I picked up a neck warmer and we both went for the same Patagonia hoodie. We'll be splitting ways after this so clashing won't be an issue.
In the evening we ...
... to count down from ten and as we hit the zero mark the van turns a corner and we get our first distant sighting of the full frontal view of Glacier Moreno.There is a momentary audible silence in the van and then a gasp of “wow!” and “spectacular!” from all of us,all language differences fall away and we are all equally agog,gawping at the mighty wall of ice that even at a distance looks colossal.
Out of the van we all pile and rush to the ...
... Passing through farmland, we saw cattle, sheep and horses in the distance, but with the massive sizes of these stations, never any homes nor farmers. We were sure to stop at the apparent one gas pump for nearly 500 kilometers from Perito Moreno south, but otherwise drove, listening to music, singing and snacking, until the sky lit up with stars. We finally stopped for the night at 10 pm, all of us starving and itching to climb out of our seats. We pulled over to a stretch of ...
... by 4 hours so it didn't start well, but Barilcohe was a beautiful town. Having had 3 days off since our hike we decided to get active again and go on a 28km mountain bike ride around the lakes on one day and then a 7 hour hike in the sun up to a peak of Refugio Frey a small camping area in the mountains where skiing is big in the winter. Oh, and we managed to have more great steaks and Malbec in Bariloche.
Next stop Mendoza for more Malbec.
... majestic, and just incredible. Wow!!! It rose up out of the water nearly 20 stories high in the most dazzling shades of blue. Some places very faint baby blue and others a deep turquoise color. Intense creaking and cracking sounds came from within, seeming as if chunks were going to come crashing down at any moment. Which is actually something that does happen but not as often as it sounds like it might. Usually by the time you hear it, it has already broken and has fallen ...