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... politely indicate that you are an ignorant Brit and have neglected to learn the lingo. It is likely he will ignore this and continue to bark orders at you in his native language. After sometime odd job will allow you to enter, possibly accuse him of small man syndrome as you walk through the doors. He is unlikely to understand it and you will momentarily feel satisfied. 4. You will be re directed to a desk, and wait for the English speaking member of staff. At this ...
... available for use, but as there was so many backpackers at the camping ground we would have had to wait for hours to use them so we stuck with our trusty butane stove.
After our second day of hiking we decided to make the drive to El Calafate and found a camping ground in town. El Calafate is located on the southern side of Parque Nacional Los Glaciares and contains glacier Perito Moreno which we went to see the following day. The glacier was amazing to see ...
... city centre where we experienced some fairly awful driving, time for some final shouting at South American drivers! Thats it. Event complete! In to the hotel we went, champagne, beers and snacks in the hotel room, before heading out for possibly one of our worst meals of the trip! Not a particularly fitting end to the trip but we have plenty of time to relax and find nice food before we start heading north again (on public transport!?). Thanks for listening.....I will update the 'highs and lows' list ...
Day 62. Friday 20th February. Punta Arenas to Onaisin Crossroads. It was an early start, a hastily scoffed breakfast and - immediately afterwards - a stomach churning 5k sprint on the bikes to the ferry port to catch the boat across to Porvenir and Tierra del Fuego. After two hours on the boat, we disembarked and began our reintroduction to ripio and continued our battle with the Patagonian wind. The pleasure of riding along the breaking surf of the sea ...
... and so every step was a painful torment. I am indeed the run of the mountains and the St. James usual but the ankle has never hurt and the shoes are also broken in. Once at the top, let the view all the hardships and pain forget. It was fantastic to look at this beautiful blue lake with the reflection of the mountains. I enjoyed a alfajores as small snacks and lost track of time. A bit too much so that I had to hurry up afterwards to the bus back to Ushuaia do not miss. Do not think ...