Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa
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The road we took from Punta Arenas to Ushuaia followed the coastline of the Strait of Magellan (which actually connects the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans as its water moves through a couple of Bays Atlantic-ward and bays, canals, straits and fjords on the Pacific side) eventually crossing the Strait on a quick twenty minute ferry ride to the Chilean side of the Isla Grande Tierra Del Fuego. Before boarding this ferry, however, we were paused in ...
... mountains in the back ground. We walked through forests and along the pebbled lake shores and the terrain was vastly different to what we had experienced in Patagonia. After a brisk walk we made it to the border with Chile with enough time to spare, so we had a leisurely walk back and even sat at the lakeside taking in some sunshine before departing on our bus out of the park. We never ended up stopping to pay our entrance fee and just carried on driving, this was a ...
... the maps demonstrating that Chicago is going to burn in the distant future were scary, Clouds certainly made her point.
During the day, Cowboy Steve gave a lecture about “Antarctica’s Coolest Secrets.” I took a nap, but Greg reports that Steve had obviously been on Google right before, and the only interesting fact learned was that if Antarctica’s ice cap melted, it wouldn’t be one solid continent but a series of ...
... and stopping just short of Ushuaia.
After an hour walking through the remains of burned out forest on day 4, Marcelo again gets lost. He then makes us climb vertically up a rock face to the point where hints of vertigo kick in again. After 5 hours of walking we reach our very damp and cold campsite, and shiver through the night.
Day 5 is challenging as we climb over another mountain pass, stumble across further rockfalls ...
... some quad biking in a nearby national park. In winter they transform this place into the world’s smallest ski field but in summer it provides some cool tracks for exploring on bikes. We kitted up and headed out on the quads.
We climbed this hill that gave us an amazing view of El Calafate below and the turquoise lake alongside it. From ...