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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 …
... the right initiative at the right moment. Over diner we talk about our lives and she carefully divides her attention among all of us. A remarkable young woman who's independence, and maturity makes me think of Emmelie's. At breakfast we see her again as she naturally sits herself down at our table before she is picked up by the driver who will take her to the glacier today. She is about to see what we saw yesterday in an exeptionally beautiful weather. The ...
... the ferry a few days ago!) The scenery, described to us by others coming the other way as bland, was anything but, lots of wildlife, nice rivers, and perfect winding, smooth roads, a well deserved contrast to the ripio! Just two hours of night riding in the end as we arrived an hour and a half a head of schedule into El Calafate at 23:30, the headwinds being virtually non existent in the end, extremely lucky! 215k in 9:15 mins on heavy touring bikes, a record for both Matt and I. We ...
... of massive blocks fall from the snout (actually the techical term for its face!) into the adjacent lake. Once back on dry land we spent an hour on walkways 400m from the glaciers watching as pieces the size of a cars fell from where a bridge was forming, causing great booms that echoed through the mountains, until finally a sheet the size of a house or maybe a small office block broke off and crashed into the water as if in slow motion. ...
... acoustics so you have to be observant to see it fall, we managed it on a couple of occasions. The bus gives you about 3 hours at the glacier (you have to get the same bus back as the one you came on) to be honest a couple of hours would have sufficed. Call me a culture cretin but after the initial wow factor you are basically staring at a large block of ice! I know that sounds bad but judging by the number of people waiting to get on their transfers and milling ...