Hosteria Koi Aiken
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Said goodbye to windy Puerto Natales and hopped on the local bus to El Calafate for a 3 1/2 hour journey. Actually took 5 1/2. Two border stops. (That's 2 more countries Loren!!) One exiting Chile no hassles. Entering Argentina a different story. What started as a single organized line soon became a seething mass of agitated humans as cars arrived …
... a stick between the eyes. No blood fortunately, but swelling and bruising started quickly. You'd call that a face plant!
At lunchtime we arrived at the view point for the Piedras Blancas Glacier. The view was stunning. From here the trail followed the Rio Blanco on quite a rocky and at time exposed trail. One huge wind gust unbalanced Irene who tumbled gracefully off the trail, landing on her backpack ...
... the Spanish word is so much more accurate on this one) lakes reflecting the morning sky so perfectly you would be forgiven if you thought you could just jump through the liquid glass into another world...and afternoon breezes that whistle through valleys of golden grasses, which looked so similar to my memories of lions rustling their maines I half expected the earth to get up and pounce on me as I tip toed through it...this is a landscape that feels quite at home with the ...
... we didn't last that long as it was too cold.
The next day was spent checking out the main street shops and resting in our warm accommodation.
The day after we flew back to Buenos Aires for the night and then met up with Chrissy and Josh again the day after and flew to Iguazu.
On arriving at hostel and checking in I discovered a fellow traveller whose trip to Patagonia were disrupted up by the strike. With the help of the hostel we came up with a very quick plan to get up into the hills on quad bikes to make the most of ...