Kau Yatun Hotel & Estancia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the day in Calafate. After changing my bus to Chile, changing my hostel booking for Chile and rebooking my tour I decided to climb the mountain behind Calafate. Along the way I collected five street dogs who came right to the top with me. At the top it was so windy I had to crawl! I found a small rock to shelter behind while I ate lunch and enjoyed to view, while the dogs waited patiently. Once back in the town the dogs all went their separate ways home and I went back to ...
... it was already 12pm when they left, and this stretch - with its westerly turns - was famous for horrific headwinds. After 40 kilometres of tailwind, they caught up with Bernardo, a very bubbly Spanish hairdresser who was good company, but who was desperate - through his laddish banter and constant sexual innuendo - to prove to us he wasn't gay. When we turned into a horrific headwind on the Ruta 40, John suggested five minutes each riding on the front - this was long enough to make ...
... settled we headed for town to check it out. It had the feel of a ski town in Colorado. The main street had shops, restaurants, and bars and was fun to explore. On a recommendation from the hotel, we had dinner at Isabel's and it was delicious. They cook your food in a big cast iron skillet and bring that out to the table. Heather got chicken and I got beef. It also included ...
... waiting for us to take us away from the harbour. They drop us off at the storage house at 08:30h. Some people go straight forward to the airport others stay a while in Ushuaia. As nothing is open we bring first a visit to Sarah Scott of Freestyle Adventure. As she ask us to come back to her for giving her feedback of our experience of this cruise which even she never had the chance to do so. 10:00h coffee time! With some people who stayed in town we made the ...
... an hour and you don't get right up to the glacier either. We had also decided not to do the glacier trek after hearing mixed reviews about it. Maria has already done it in New Zealand and there is of course lots of opportunities for snow and ice walking in Finland for free.
We were finally dropped of at the point where all the walkways start from at 11:45am and were told to be back there for the 3:30pm departure. It gave us just under ...