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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was located on the edge of town across from Laguna Nimez. El Calafate is a newer city that the Argentinian President has a summer home in. For the size of the city, it is quite spread out. Hotels have bought land well outside of the main area because they believe the town will continue to grow exponentially. After lunch, we went to the Glaciarium; a museum dedicated to information about ice and glaciers. Ben, our CEO, used to ...
... formations, ending in an unexpected stop at a whisky 'bar' within the glacier where our guides hacked off some ice from the glacier with an ice pick, poured it into some glasses with whiskey and served out a warming whiskey on the rocks. (Tour group: Helio y Aventura - highly recommended)
... you were wondering, it is a ridiculously small boat to go around the world in.
Just as we were about to leave to continue our journey north, we got talking to an American guy in our guesthouse who was working at a ranch two hours inland from San Julian. He visits San Julian every week or so to keep in touch with civilisation since itīs just him and one ranch hand that look after 600,000 acres of land with no electricity, hot water, ...
It was time to head to the next destination and although I had been looking forward to Patagonia for a long time, I was feeling down about leaving Buenos Aires. As I climbed in the cab at 3am and said goodbye to Martin, my heart was heavy in my chest. There was someone I didn't get to say goodbye to that I had planned on seeing one last time. I sat quietly in the back seat listening to the American ballads on the radio and when All By Myself (Celine Dion) came on, tears began ...
Another long drive, planned to bush camp but time was running out and there wasn't really anywhere decent to stop, so we pulled in to the most amazing campsite, on a land spit between two rivers. Beautiful spot and the never ending Patagonian wind died down ...