Rincon de Los Suenos
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... from the walkways. To do it right you would need about 2 hours. But we didnīt have enough time, and although I was reluctant to do so, we headed back to the shuttle bus to catch the last one of the evening. We were all pretty hungry and knew that the drive home was going to take us at least an hour and half. Had we known how disgusting dinner was going to be we might have spent longer at the national park, but the after dinner ice cream made it ...
... our guide was challenged to find things to tell us that Merlin hadn’t already done! Everyone was amazed at the size of the glacier once we arrived at the first view point.
We had lunch on “the beach” on the edge of the lake with the imposing face of the glacier as a backdrop. From there we walked the 4km of boardwalks that gave wonderful vistas of the glacier and enabled us to ...
... the pros and cons of the Torres del Paine W Trek.
After a couple of drinks, we took a walk down the main drag to find a restaurant for dinner and ended up near the end of the street at Maca, which seemed to specialise in grilled meat. We shared some morcilla (blood sausage) for starters, for mains David ordered the lamb cooked whole over the wood fire while Maria stuck with a standard steak. The meal was served at the table on a ...
... and provided us with a personal tour of the museum. He was so excited. Who knew Argentinians knew so much about snow and ice! Highlights of the museum included a 3d movie about glaciers and an ice bar. Dinner was at a fancy parilla - the tables had call bells for the waiters and everything. Afterwards, we continued our nightly ritual of finding a heladería for some delicious ice cream. Tomorrow we head to the Perito Moreno ...
... We enjoyed our dinner sitting inside the van, attempting to stay warm, all the while noticing that not another vehicle had driven past us since we had arrived in this perfectly desolate spot on the planet.
3/31/14 We never did have the opportunity to see where we slept that night, as it was pitch dark when we had arrived at the site by the river, and equally as white when we awoke to a blizzard, covering the landscape and making it impossible to see anything beyond a ...