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... resist the possibility of going into the Torres del Paine national park. Yet again bus schedules are the major factor and so now I am here till the 8am bus to El Calafate on Friday. One thing I have learnt in South America is to just go with the flow. You have to be happy when the bus you've booked leaves on the right day. One couple I met on a trip had their flight from Buenos Aires to Ushuaia cancelled as they were waiting to get on; they drove the whole way.
... for those who start wildfires however at the time they hadn’t really considered devastation of that scale so the fine was a measly $200.
Anyway, after around 3 hours, we arrived at our first campsite, Refugio Grey. We were surprised to discover only one other tent, taking the total to 4 for the evening. It’s the last week of the season and we had expected it to be quiet but still, 4 tents! In the height of ...
... glacier however.
Even though we couldn't go outside the trip seemed to go by quickly as we were entertained by the various activities put on by the crew (karaoke, bingo, movies, knot tieing lessons, etc) and spent most of our time with our new friends, all five of whom were from Switzerland. The final night the crew put on a farewell party which was entertaining to say the ...