Koi-Mahik Hotel El Calafate
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... sipping our wine and waiting for new icebergs to be born from the main glacier. We witnessed several small calves but nothing as large as we hoped.
As we climbed back up to a different viewing platform, we managed to just catch the tail end of a full height calve just in front of us. It was massive and caused huge waves off the front of the glacier, and filled the water with icebergs.
We decided it was time to warm up a bit and have some lunch. ...
... didn't seem to think time was a problem and he kept us waiting at a pointless stop miles from the glacier, where admittedly every bus driver stops at. It's a view down an un interesting lake with the glacier way in the background. Eventually we got there and Chris relieved his impatient bladder before we headed down to the very impressive walkway. The view so close to the glacier was pretty cool but the main event is when the ...
... not too windy. Blue skies with sun. I checked prices of bus and tours - best in the hostel.
There are 2 men in our room, who trek with a group: Juan, half Jewish from Buenos, 33 , psychlogist, and Don, about 60 from California, a constructor. We ate the 4 of us, having a nice conversation
31/01/2014 - PARK LOS GLACIARS
I TOOK THE BOAT TRIP TO PARK LOS GLACIARS: 7 HOURS on the lake ...
... advancing, not retreating.... and no one knows why !!!!!!
The Glacier also faces a large slope that has allowed balcony walkways to be made along the length of the front, giving the most spectacular viewing opportunities. While other glaciers hide their bushels in remote crevices or hard to reach mountain sides, Perito Moreno displays like a peacock to the crowd.
With a whole day dedicated to looking at the glacier, I did wonder if we would be a bit bored, ...
... in El Calafate after 15 hours of overnight travel from Santa Cruz, Bolivia. So today my mission was to keep it simple and recover from yesterday’s devastating series of events.
Got up at 10:30 a.m. at the Hostel del Glaciar Libertador in El Calafate when the clerk knocked on the door to inform me check-out time had been at 10:00. Ridiculously early! Any ...