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- Wheelchair accessibility
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La partie de la ville où se trouve notre hôtels et ses voisins est privée d'accès Internet depuis deux jours et cela va durer car ce lundi et ce mardi sont jours fériés (cela explique sans doute pourquoi il y avait autant de monde à prendre le ferry et traverser la frontière !). Difficile d’organiser notre séjour à El Chalten ; heureusement …
... forested hillsides and distant snow covered mountains added to the majesty. After the boat ride, we spent two hours walking the excellent steel boardwalks that snake up and down a 3km course on the hillside adjacent to the glacier giving superb panoramic views. The weather was clear and warm (T-shirt only required - is this really Patagonia) and we were mesmerised. What a day and How fortunate that we got the opportunity to see this natural wonder ...
... have gone to bed earlier.
I got up a bit after 7 but had heard a commotion an hour or two previously. The house was locked when I came to leave; the commotion must have been the guys off hunting. Either they have super restorative powers, or were blind drunk.
I had crossed a cycling Spanish puppetteer on the road the previous day, who had warned me of the ripio shortcut. I needed to take it, as it cut off 70k, but it was bad. He had been biking South America for ...
... we arose. The climbers headed off at 9, hopeful of the cloud clearing by the time they climbed up the 400m in front of them. Slow and steady was the mantra and we made it to the top by 10.30 to see all the spires free of cloud… for about 5 minutes, then the clouds came down. Was that the end of the views for the day? Hopeful as ever, we walked down to the frozen Lago de Los Tres lake at the foot of Fitz Roy ...
Estancia La Angostura to El CalafateFrom 8-10am there was the opportunity to go riding on horses on the farm and 6 people got lucky. Sandra, Geoff, Marko, Paul, Tony and Ruth all made the cut and had a great ride up the hills and across the plains. We then headed off a,one gravel roads for 100 km to our first petrol stop and ...