Los Sauces Casa Patagonica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Wednesday May 13 2015: leaving the hotel at 8.30, it is still completely dark and 3 degrees. As many clothes on as possible today as we are going to the glacier. We have 85km to travel, most of the time following Lake Argentina, the largest lake in Argentina. Landscape is flat and tufty, but improves the closer we get to the National Park. The …
Tuesday May 12 2015: Leaving the Park Tower hotel at 7am in a small mini bus to take us to the International airport for an internal flight at 10am to El Calafate in Patagonia, 2900km from Buenos Aries, a 3 ½ hour flight. A new plane with 3 x 3 seating - caught up with my blog on the App, Pam. It is 8 degrees when we land in El Calafate, met by …
... of its lack of retreating compared to the other two bigger ones in the park and In fact is advancing during parts of the year and overall considered 'stable'. Perito Moreno is about 14 kilometres long, 50 metres high visible above the water and 110 metres below the surface, and 5 kilometres wide. From the boardwalks we could see how far back the glacier stretched along with the stunning jagged edge of the glacier that protrudes into ...
Apologies loyal subjects for the delay in writing. As ever, the Moore fun I am having, the less likely it is that I will have an internet connection. I have published today a few entries, with each having been written contemporaneously.
I left Puerto Natales in good spirits and feeling OK. My legs hurt from hiking with light shoes, a heavy bag and no poles. But that is a different hurt to a cycling hurt, so it does not count.
I also left with my bike clean and ...
... per dollar. It certainly makes it worth buying some US currency in Australia before visiting Argentina. Apparently the locals keep the notes under the mattress as a hedge against the huge inflation rate.
Having a credit card is no help either. For a start there are queues outside all the working ATM machines. Not because they work but because they work sometimes. It is not uncommon for people to try to withdraw their money 10 times or more ...