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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 ...
... 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 ...
... was on cook group today, and tonight turned in to a
bit of a party – he is in cook group two with Mike, AJ and Steve, and they
always get smashed when they are on duty, I think it gives them a distraction
from chopping things up in the freezing cold. We finally found the docking
station in the truck the other day so we put some tunes on, raided the bar and
we all had a bit of a ...
It takes approximately 15 hours to get to Ushuaia from El Calafate. After our visit days in El Calafate, we took at morning (around 9am) a line bus which was as uncomfortable as cheap. We spent 5 hours to get to Ríos Gallegos by crossing the whole Argentina from West to East. When we arrived there it was already night and I felt torn apart, like someone’s would work over me.
Then, we had ...
Last time I was here, in Rio Gallegos, was mid-January 2008. Last time I was here I had just graduated from high school in Yellow Springs and was beginning my 11-month exchange program. As a part of the exchange program I was assigned a host family and my host family lived in Rio Gallegos. I was pretty darn surprised when I googled Rio Gallegos and found out just how far south it was. A little apprehensive, but excited, I set out on my exchange.
This time around ...