Hosteria Posta Sur
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I'll let the pictures tell the story today.
Briefing by tour operator now 11:30 pm, national park still closed. It will be interesting to see what the next few days bring.
... fall over and slide down the hill on the glacier. This was another good option I thought for the annoying loud group. Trekking on the glacier was awesome. Walking with crampons: When you step drive your foot down into the ice so you get good grip. If it is a slope don't just dig in heel or toe. Try to get whole surface of your foot into the ice. If going downhill keep looking up. You don't want too much forwards momentum when your feet are locked into the ground. ...
... appreciate the views. We sit at the upper deck of the "Quo Vadis" and we explored all 3 open areas. The lake is very deep at these areas of the lake. Depth is on average 200 m and reach 700 m near the Upsala Glacier. The Glacier is very imposing - beautiful. Unfortunately, the Upsala Glacier is no longer advancing but the contrary - it is retracing at a rate of 200 m per year. Actually, we sailed on waters that just a few years ago were part ...
... That probably wouldn't have given us enough time in the museum before closing, never mind the Ice Bar next door, so we decided to skip it.
Instead we took a walk around town to see what was there and if we could find any money exchanges, which there weren't which seemed odd for a tourist town. We wandered round the APN grounds with various statues and one for the victims of the Falklands War.
We ate at Pietro, which seemed quite full ...
Today's adventure was via catamaran across a number of lakes to see more glaciers in the Los Glaciares NP - definitely an apt name.
Weather has changed quite dramatically: strong, freezing winds, cloud and rain. I was still under-dressed. A typical Patagonian summers day! Nevertheless we spent most of the journey out on deck photographing the 1000s of icebergs lazily floating past - so many ...