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There is only 2 words to describe Patagonia. Holy Moly! Actually no I can think of more: breathtaking, ridiculous, spectacular, amazing, speechless, incredible, crazy and epic type stuff. I actually think I died and went to heaven in the days we spent there and it may just have inched its way into my most favourite place on this earth that I've seen with my own little eyes. It blew my 3 layers of socks off! After a fun 30 hour bus ride that included ...
... to Trelew which is in the Chebut region to see more wild life, and some Welsh speakers, just about 1000 miles and 1hr 50 against about 20hrs on the bus
so hope to be in Trelew in time for Tea and Cake !
Bit of a worry as we are in deparures and the Buenos Aries flight has just boarded leaving 6 of us waiting for the next flight ......
... different perspective from down low and as we were closer realised how huge it really was! We also got to see pieces of the ice wall falling off into the water which was brilliant. The sound of the glacier cracking, breaking and falling into the water was so loud which made you realise how big the pieces of ice were! Once we returned we had to go and book our bus to leave the following day to Ushuaia. The only bus available was leaving at 3am ...
... let them out to graze and then the gauchos go out each morning and round them up again ready for work during the day. They are used to collect the rubbish from the rooms, the camps, taking provisions to different locations, for riding on excursions and with a cart to take the linen to the rooms.
I decided I would have a spa, may as well get some use out of it. The water is collected from the melting snow, so they shouldn't have a ...
... before the boat return at 12.30 pm. This was to see Glacier Grey. The guides had warned us about the pace and told us that at the point of return if we hadn't made it we would have to retrace our steps regardless. The G guide then said she knew I'd not make it to the glacier which incensed me as you might imagine. I don't think it was a way to incentivise me and everybody was non plussed by her stance. So in the am I asked the mountain guide if she felt it was in ...