Posada Los Alamos
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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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Friday 21 November
The porters arrived at around 9 and began the final pack. Our group had their backpacks organized and luggage to store, in the foyer by 0930. Wendy was busy trying to tidy up payment for Islas Malvinas. Eventually had success! We got away pretty much on time, at a bit after 10 and drove for about half an hour.
When we left our minibus we were hit by savage cold westerly winds ...
... the hope of witnessing yet another crash of ice. It was actually incredibly peaceful and quiet despite the creaks and groans of the ice. And such pure fresh air!! except of course outside the restaurant in the designated smoking area:(
Apparently this beautiful sunny blue-skied day was atypical for Patagonian weather. We were blessed.They average 3 days of summer with 25 degrees and blue skies; a normal summer day is 15 degrees and cloudy.
... they drove me back to the hostel. I was up at 6 to do the dash hike on the stunning Perito Moreno Glacier. I felt terrible to say the least but was determined to do the hike. It was about 5/6 hours of hiking on one of the few glaciers in the world that is still growing. It's 5km wide and has an average height of about 60m above sea level. The tour I did was with 'Big Ice' and cost 1680 pesos, it's not cheap but I think it was worth it. They ...
... splashes and waves where the icebergs landed.
It was simply an amazing sight and we both just stood in awe on the lookout. The front of the glacier from the water is over 50 metres high. The whole glacier is over 20kms long and is 254 square kms in area.
... 28 hours on a bus, our longest and most expensive bus journey to date) we reached El Calafate. We were pretty much in the heart of the Patagonia region.
We only had two nights here and one purpose - the Perito Moreno glacier. Our paths once again crossed with our travel buddy Eliot. He was in El Calafate and about to make the opposite 28 hour journey to Bariloche, so we met up with him for a cheeky pint and shared some travel tips. It's ...