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... with a gentle wind behind me. I would benefit a little from that wind for the next day and a half. Sod's law though, the wind was generally very weak. I met a procession of cyclists coming the other way who had all been holed up waiting for the wind to die down. They all laughed at me not benefitting that much from it, having ridden into gales for so long!
I stopped for lunch a bit early at a hotel which a bike blog had recommended as good and cheap. It was neither. ...
... glacier. Food I had been excited about going to Argentina because it is one of the only countries that recognises some people can't eat gluten on this planet. They have a law where food has to be labeled clearly if it is Gf. The symbol is sin T.A.C.C and a picture of a piece of wheat with a cross through it. Calafate being a small down didn't have heaps of options but I did find one good place to eat lunch. They had a gluten free page in their menu. I had empanadas and ...
... least a kilometre of boardwalk designed to give the visitor the optimum views of the various previously hidden faces of the glacier. The thing was massive. What we had previously thought to be the full extent of the glacier was shown to be only a third of the full ice front. What a spectacle!
An hour after sitting down in awe to contemplate the glacier and all its complexities I couldn't help but think surely Antarctica wouldn't be better than this.
... board with horseshoes for handles. Our waiter seemed a bit tipsy, he had to confirm our orders couple of times and still managed to get the wrong side dish for the girls. All the food, and the wine, was stunning though even if it wasn't quite what was ordered.
With the meal finished, we said our last goodbyes to Carlee and Andy because we won't see them again on this trip. No doubt we will meet up again in either New Zealand or Australia.
... then Buenos Aires to El Calafate. We were surprised when we tried booking the flights initially that there was only a package deal that added an overnight in Buenos Aires and not a one day flight south. Well as the fog started to get thicker we realized why there was no one day flight package.
Our flight was delayed… for how long they were not sure, probably 2 hours we were told, making our 2 hour layover in Buenos Aires disappear. ...