Santa Monica Aparts
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... hidden in a pothole damages the tyre seriously, cutting off a part of the sole. But that takes only 20 minutes. Too many pictures, too long coffee breakes and lunch, a ferry ride and a customs inspection hold us up. In Monte Aymond, Chilean and Argentinian customs share a building, which makes the procedure quite a bit more efficient. Good thinking. Again, extremely friendly people. The Titulo procedure becomes a routine now. You get a Salida stamp in ...
... flamingos foraging along the shore on the other side of the lake. We also had a lovely view of the Towers of Paine where we trekked yesterday.
We returned to the National Park and headed towards Lago (Lake) Grey. We stopped several times and walked to different view points to get fantastic views of the magnificent scenery. We could see Almirante Nieto which is a prominent feature on the skyline and stands next to the towers, this is ...
... though. We are not sure if there will be any buses on the 1st and our preliminary research shows that about 90% of all accommodation in El Chalten is sold out, so we will be lucky to get somewhere to sleep.
Tuesday 30th December
Today is early start as it is the tour day. 7 am wake up, 8 am departure. The tour we are doing is called ‘Alternative Route to Perito Moreno Glacier’, which only our hostel organizes. ...
... glacier. Food I had been excited about going to Argentina because it is one of the only countries that recognises some people can't eat gluten on this planet. They have a law where food has to be labeled clearly if it is Gf. The symbol is sin T.A.C.C and a picture of a piece of wheat with a cross through it. Calafate being a small down didn't have heaps of options but I did find one good place to eat lunch. They had a gluten free page in their menu. I had empanadas and ...
... The colours of the sky, reflected in the various lakes with the mountains silhouetted against it.
Now, my excitement levels were off the charts. I AM GOING HOME!!! I came back to camp to pack my bag and in the morning, I was setting off to begin the four day journey home.
At 7am on a Sunday morning, I jumped off the bus in the middle of the park, with a vague notion of which direction to hitch hike/walk to find another bus out of the park. ...