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... all the other glaciers are and in fact this is the case around the world especially in Antarctica.No one knows why the Moreno Glacier holds this perfect balance but it provides,I think the most spectacular show on earth of raw power and a glimpse of how the world must have looked in its infancy.
The glacier moves two metres per day calving off ice into the Brazo Rico and the Canal de los Tempanos,the two arms that lead into lake Argentino.Occasionally at the narrow ...
... we looked through images at the park information center. only then suds we know that we had seen a Black Chested Buzzard Eagle, an Austral Pygmy-Owl literally in the midst of a fresh kill. We saw the bird fly to a branch gripping onto a squirming rodent and then we watched this predator "finish off" his prey. We also saw two Magellanic Woodpeckers as well as a pair of Austral Parakeets, which are surprisingly tropical looking birds with bright green feathers.
Aside from ...
... by 4 hours so it didn't start well, but Barilcohe was a beautiful town. Having had 3 days off since our hike we decided to get active again and go on a 28km mountain bike ride around the lakes on one day and then a 7 hour hike in the sun up to a peak of Refugio Frey a small camping area in the mountains where skiing is big in the winter. Oh, and we managed to have more great steaks and Malbec in Bariloche.
Next stop Mendoza for more Malbec.
... park. Very few people do this so this gave us a great approach to the Glacier along the shore and through the forrest. You slowly approach the glacier and it just keeps getting bigger and bigger. Its about 3.5km wide at the mouth, 60 metres high, and is 31km long. You just don't get a feel for its size from seeing the photos. The walkways they have set up in the park give you lots of ...
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