Hosteria Valle Frio
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... both of which i couldn't locate on a map if my life depended on it.
To return to the Malvinas or the Falkland Islands - on our drive south to U there were lots of posters declaring Argentinian sovereignty over the islands. Apparently these are present all across Argentina. There were alos leaflets outlining the Argentinian claim to the islands in the official tourist office which i have to admit was a bit of a surprise, as was the fact that the Argentinians ...
... which goes to the Falklands Islands, to South Georgia (where there is
a giant Emperor Pinguin colony) and we also visit the Antarctic
Peninsula. There is only a little thing we are stocked here for like
a week and it is realty the end off the world. And everything here is
expensive; two sandwiches with a cappuccino cost already around 20
euro's. On the boat we are not sleeping together because ...
... public holidays and thus would be closing the border! This is particularly frustrating as we are not heading to Chile, but still must cross the border twice in order to travel back up north through Argentina!
We have a great night with Jill, Claire and some other new faces before departing at 5am the following morning, fighting our way through nasty Patagonian weather to reach the bus freezing and wet...perfect for our long bus ride!
... thank the Lord for his consistency! There were two foreign tourists , unfortunately they were Chinese and my grasp of Mandarin is **** poor so no luck there.The rest of course were Brazilians and Argentines from Buenos Aires. Once again the guide has to translate for one person,oh well that is his job after all so I should not feel so bad,God knows what the Chinese were doing as they could speak neither language,so points to them for determination to see places! But all ...
... and eat, so we carried on down the trail we had just climbed, but this time running, stopping only near the end to collect enough wood for the raging fire we were planning for later. After a good forty-five minutes spent collecting dead branches and logs, we figured we had sufficient fuel for the evening.
The plan was to leave this wood pile, too large to carry back, along the side of the road, then return with the van, tie the bundle to the roof, and haul it back ...