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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to finally end up here. Asking him what's next he says he has about had it now and thinks of going home. He has some great tips for offline maps (Pocket Earth Pro) and a travelers community app (iOverlander) where he finds most of what he is looking for. He also has some depressing news, that RHD cars are not allowed into Costa Rica. I haven't heard that one before, but I certainly need to check it out. I wish I had bought a LHD car... Dick stuffs Maarten full of morfine to ...
... laid out for us.Everyone was very welcoming and happy to chat about their base. Our staff were also pretty excited too as many of them had never been to that base. Dinner was to have been a BBQ on deck, but with the change in schedule it was 8pm before everyone was back on board so it became BBQ served in the dining room. Our little group reassembled for a nightcap in the bar, it is a little scary the guides and our group are the life of the party.
... and tv. Winner! We did a big shop for the next 4 days of rural cycling before we get to the town of Rio Grande on Tierra del Fuego and used the kitchen to chef up a lovely spag bol. So nice to be able to cook proper fresh food! A Spanish guest also wanted to cook spaghetti so we shared a pan, she then proceeded to tell me exactly how to cook pasta in a terribly patronising way. We were all gobsmacked at her ridiculousness. Matt opted out of ice cream so Nadine and I ...
... bus load of hikers.
Rio Grande is that next town the weather has changed it is now quite grey and cold, we stop at a gas station to refuel warm up and check out our accomodation options. We are recommended 2 hotels close by. One was full apart from a suite the other we could not find. After buggering about for over an hour looking at ...
The morning was spent in El Calafate. Dan went to the Laguna Nimez, a natural preserve area in town for bird-viewing (pictures to come). I spent the morning walking the main street of Calafate looking for souvenirs. I wish I had gone ...