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Travel Blogs from El Calafate
- went to "La Tolderia" at 1:30 a.m.
- all got too much to drink
- had a great time
- went home at 6 a.m. (literally, walked 1 hr.)
- had breakfast until 7:45
- gone to bed
- got up at 7:15 a.m. - was picked up late at 8:45 - travelled 80 km to the Los Glaciares National Park - did a boat trip on the Lago Argentino ice lake to the edge of the Perito Moreno Glacier - took a walk to see the glacier from above - had a quick'n'dirty pizza at a fast food place - went to the casino, and, as usual, the bank always wins
Been very slack and just showing you where we´ve been til now... which is right now in Foz Du Iguazu.... more or less want to show u where we´ve been since El Calafate.
... full pass-through, but apparently became so tight that our guides wouldn’t let us go all the way through. Nevertheless, the deep blue of the ice made for an impressive sight and great photo op.
It’s very cliché, but my description, and even my pictures, pale in comparison to actually seeing the glacier. The size and scale just can’t be translated second-hand, but trust me when I say you won’t be disappointed with a visit.
... the van shuttle at 2:32 and it departed at 2:37. I count 18 passengers. Made the first stop at 2:53 and amazingly my accommodation, Hostel & Suites del Glaciar Libertador, was the second stop! (I always seem to get dropped off last when taking airport shared van shuttles.) I walked into Glaciar Libertador at 2:56 p.m., nearly 15 hours after I left my hotel/hostel in Santa Cruz at 11:05 p.m. local time last night, completing an arduous overnight trip with no sleep.