Rincon de Los Suenos
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... I had been tempted by the mini trekking but it was so expensive. I wasn't fussed by the boat as Louise and Alex had said it wasn't worth it. Anyway on our way up we noticed another trail that went to the left side of the glacier. We didn't think it would take long but took longer than expected so I felt bad on Ellie. Was cool as went further down so could see better how high the glacier was. They needed cardboard cutouts of houses ...
... hotel (Sue & Lee from the UK) were also booked to kayak as well. They are actually going to drive back to El Calafate 6 hours (one way) to do the excursion in a couple of days - and even still the weather may not cooperate.
I can’t do much about it when it’s beyond my control. Moving on….although I am disappointed, as this was one of the adventures I was really looking forward to.
Next best thing for me was to jump on ...
... El Calafarte. By now, Arthur has nicknamed our driver Manuell (from Faulty Towers) El Calafate has taken incredible tourist advantage of the nearby Perito Moreno Glacier. With a little over 6,000 residents in 2001, and the expansion of tourism, the population was estimated at 20,000 people in 2014. This can clearly be seen by the many unsealed roads in the city area which is spread out over a huge area. Our boutique hotel is perched on a ...
... and very nice, around my age. Of course the Australian Danish connection is strengthened by our donation of Princess Mary, so we have common ground straight away! She ( the Danish lady) is a nutritionist and cook so we can also swap stories about gluten free food etc. It turns out to be a lovely day after some rain earlier in the day. Its still and only a little overcast, but not wet. The small group with a guide speaking good english, turn out to ...
... Los Glaciares National Park and as such it was teaming with sightseers from all over the world. We had a look at some of the tours to the main glacier Perito Moreno offered by the numerous agencies but after some investigations found a bus we could get that was a lot cheaper so we booked it up to end our stay on. It was New Year's eve and we weren't sure what to expect from the town, we got some bubbles in to start the evening and people watched in the street. ...