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... too,I did not see any litter on the floor anywhere within the Glacier Park.
The trip today was two fold,one was to see the glacier close up by catamaran and the other was to visit the balcony area where you can see the glacier at different angles and levels and spend more time just sitting down and watching it in action.
The drive up through the desolate Andes foothills allows you to see spectacular views of the Argentino lake,its deep grey- blue ...
... 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 ...
... tours, all meals and a few other things. It doesn't sound worth that much (and it doesn't look worth that much) but it is booked up two years in advance.
We had booked our hostel with the tour agency in El Chanten so we had no idea what it was like. It turned out it was a really nice mountain lodge-type hostel with the number one TripAdvisor rated restaurant downstairs. After a day of sightseeing, we decided to splash out and book a table. ...
It's Valentine’s Day, and Eldon woke me with a sweet hug and an "I love you"!! No kisses yet--I have to be feeling a whole lot better. I don’t want him to get this.
We weren’t in a huge hurry to hit the road this morning. Eldon wanted me to rest. We left the hotel a little after 8:00 and weren’t on the road more than 5 minutes when a van came flying by us and threw a BOULDER on ...
... on the glacier so you can spend time at each point taking it all in. As well as taking in the overall grandeur what most people want to see is a big bit fall off and make a big splash! As we walked along we could hear the sounds of cracks and rumbles within the ice. Having seen a number of smaller collapses we did get to see a major chuck fall off just before we left so I think we got our moneys worth.