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Après une nuit réparatrice nous voici partis pour le fameux glacier El Perito Moreno. Première pose photo le long du Lac Argentina : 100 km de long, 25 km de large et 1000 (mille) mètres de profondeur. Il doit sa superbe couleur bleu turquoise aux sédiments en suspension venant du glacier. Nous apprenons du guide que la région vit essentiellement …
... the distance. It was mainly gravel road most of the way with us only passing three vehicles the whole way. There weren't service stations so it was bathroom stops along the side of the road the whole way. We got to the hostel around 14:00 and had the rest of the afternoon to explore the town. After settling into the hostel, I ventured towards the city centre with two other girls. We stopped at a great empanada place a minute walk from the hostel ...
I hate it when Mother Nature interferes with my travel plans. Today’s excursion was cancelled last night due to high winds expected today. Wind can be a factor when you are kayaking. Tipping the kayak over might be ok if you are at the cottage or in the warm waters of the Caribbean, but kayaking on a glacier fed lake might be really chilly if you go over!
My days are limited in El Calafate so I can’t even re-schedule. Another couple staying ...
... climb, now on ripio, up to just over 400m. That may not be much, but off road and with a heavy load it was enough for me.
I then sped along to my planned finish in Argentina, having crossed into it, at just over 110k. There was no inn as I had been told, but I also knew that the owner of the roadworks building allowed people to camp.
"Chino", on account of his narrow eyes, was a wonderfully generous host. He offered me a trailer in which to sleep "El casa ...
... like everywhere else. It is meat and vegetables. They really like meat there. For desert I had red wine soaked pears which taste pretty darn awesome compared to the food I had been eating in Bolivia. Language In peru and Bolivia I could understand in context what people were saying to me in Spanish. In Chile I couldn't understand most of what they were saying because they use a lot of Spanish slang. In Argentina they speak Spanish faster than kiwis speak English so I ...