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Hola, hoy martes 01 de Diciembre del 2015, ya falta nada para cumplir el sueño, ya estoy en casa, hoy tramos desde Caleta Olivia a Río Gallegos, ciudad casi paralela a mi ciudad Punta Arenas, ha pasado muy rápido el tiempo, solo este blog permitirá recordar esto mas ordenadamente cuando lo lea un tiempo mas, hoy es un día largo, están asustados mas …
... tracked the way we had gone a few days before. We ended up at the ferry again and this time did not have to wait too long to load and begin the thirty minute crossing. Just before we got to the other side, there were Dolphins swimming along side the boat. It was too bad we were docking because they were really neat to watch. We went through the Argentina and Chile border crossings with ease and ...
Managed to stay in the room until 12.30 when checkout normally 10am – el dueno trying to make amends for his poor act yesterday!
Despite the naysaying of the taxi driver, the 1pm bus did go, except it was downsized to a Traffic and trailer!
Didn’t have to go all the way back to Comodoro, just 3 hours to Caleta Olivia to sit around for 3 hours for a connection running an hour late. The new bus station is ...
... our lives, as Ben said 'grilled by angles'.
A 28 hour bus took us from Bariloche into El Calafate, we went with Andes Mar bus company and it was surprisingly more managable than we thought. Luckily the buses in Argentina are comfy, food is served and they play regular movies. There is a more direct route via the famous Ruta 40 but it was closed when we were travelling. El Calafate was another town full of ...
... into town, which was probably a couple
kilometers with all our stuff. We walked into the first, and only
hostel we could find, and checked into a dorm. Pretty pricey, but they
had a really nice kitchen, and the whole place was spotless. Met an
English guy there that was also taking the bus to Ushuaia the next
Danica cooked a delicious pasta for dinner,
and we slept, thinking that we were almost ...