Hotel Mirador del Lago
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El Calafate Double Wow - after being disappointed we were unable to get to the glacier face at Torres Del Paine, we have been rewarded with a fabulous bright sunny day at the Perito Moreno Glacier. We were also fortunate to see a big section of the glacier slip into the lake and Graeme and Bev had cameras ready so we have some great shots. The …
First night was good, but the room was way too warm for our liking. I had to open the balcony door at around 3 am to let some fresh cold air in - it was better to sleep then. We woke up at about 7 am and soon after went to the hotel restaurant where we had a beautiful breakfast with "media lunas", "dulce de leche" and a good coffee with "leche". …
... the hope of witnessing yet another crash of ice. It was actually incredibly peaceful and quiet despite the creaks and groans of the ice. And such pure fresh air!! except of course outside the restaurant in the designated smoking area:(
Apparently this beautiful sunny blue-skied day was atypical for Patagonian weather. We were blessed.They average 3 days of summer with 25 degrees and blue skies; a normal summer day is 15 degrees and cloudy.
... de soleil qu'on oubliera jamais puis on a fait un trekking vers le fameux pique de Fitz Roy avec ses lagunes et ses glaciers... Une promenade de 24 km ;) dont on a fait 19 vu le mauvais temps.
Très fatigués le soir on et tombés comme des mouches, quand on s'est réveillé il avait neigé toute la nuit et le résultat était tout simplement encore une merveille a voir... Des animaux sauvage une blancheur à part un air très Sud très désert ...
... only a handful of people who spoke English so we had a smaller group. Most tourists here are Spanish speakers. And when not doing tours we continued to have to deal with people speaking our pathetic version of Spanish.
Once in our groups we headed towards the glacier. It was simply amazing. Then as ...