Posada Los Alamos
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... aeroplane), water level (boat) and alongside (board walk). Our camera is still cooling off from the workout.
The little town of Calafate is a neat, well maintained place with a cute tree-lined Main Street housing the usual plethora of restaurants, shops, travel agents and hotels/hostels. Several travel companies transport coach loads of visitors in and out of Calafate and to the nearby glaciers daily. Huge long haul and shorter distance coaches prowl ...
... and had not seen a road so bad since Bolivia. It was indeed bad. I lost count of the number of windscreens at the side of the road, they must have been shaken out of their frames. My bike chain is tight, but still bounced off. My bottle cages are good, but still a bottle fell out twice. I blistered my hands just holding on. I put on my sunglasses for fear that my eyeballs may bounce out.
Eventually I bounced my way to the end of the road. It took a while and was ...
... morning tea and a well-deserved rest. In that time, the clouds began to part and Merlin lead us up to another vantage point to see the amazing glacial green/azure Laguna Sucia and the Rio Blanco glacier hanging above it. Slowly the clouds cleared and we “ordered” an avalanche. The vista was truly magical as if Merlin had cast his spell to produce a perfectly awe inspiring scene. Matias looked at the remnants ...
... easier ride to El Calafete and check in to our hotel where we will stay 2 nights. We all had a good rest before heading out to a lovely panoramic restaurant where we saw the rise of the full moon and ate steak and salad followed by delicious apple pie and ice cream. Back to the hotel to anticipate our journey tomorrow to the glacier. ...
... so it will have to be a crash diet when I get home. Also the fact that they eat late and go to bed late and presumably also wake up very late. No wonder the country is in such a mess.
The glacier is truly spectacular. It is apparently one of the few glaciers in the world that is not retreating. The glacier is part of the huge Torres del Pines national park that extends into Chile and there ...