Santa Monica Aparts
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... that our hotel was having a NYE party and the menu looked really good, so we just made reservations there without looking into other options. Still, although the meal was not as good as we thought it was going to be (the lamb, for example, was AWFUL) and WAY too expensive for the quality, we drank quite a bit of red wine and had a nice time watching the fireworks our on the deck with several other foreign tourists. My mom, dad, and I managed to stay ...
... three hours watching the glacier from the balconies along many other visitors all waiting to capture the next big ice break. Femi makes a discovery that you can use binoculars as a super zoom to take pictures through. The binoculars are borrowed from our bus driver, but soon a decision is made that at the nearest opportunity we must buy ours. As we start walking back to the bus and Femi is rushing me because we are slightly late, suddenly three big pieces break off ...
... 26 November
Time to prepare to return to civilization. Another great brew of porridge warmed us up and by about 9 we were all packed up ready to head back to town. Just as we left, the cloud on Cerro Torre began to part. As we walked out, the weather improved, with blue sky appearing and clouds clearing from the mountains. The views were simply stunning. We had multiple stops to take photos of the ...
... again. Sam maybe, and Rach I'll see in a couple of days. The week in Uruguay excluded there hasn't really been a time I haven't been with Viv since I've got here, and as such she's been one of the few constants of my time thus far in South America. She gives a good hug. ...
... 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, ...