Schilling Hostal Patagonico
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Words cannot describe how amazing it is down here.
Today I went to the Perito Moreno glacier about an hour from El Calafate.
Pictures are below!
Tomorrow ill travel 3 hours to El Chalten in the north to do some trekking in the snow capped mountains.
Will check in with more photos and stories soon!
Again, another pro-Islas Malvinas desolate town but this time with an intimidating fighter jet monument listing all the names of the pilots who died in the war with us. However, San Julián also has a nice beachfront with a perfect guesthouse right on the water´s edge. It also has, to our surprise, a replica of the Victoria – the boat in which Magellan went around the world in. Well, he was killed by natives in the Philippines, but the ...
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 ...
... having them running around your car is something complately different. I had seen a lot of them today, alive and the greater part dead on the roadside, but not as close an now. They are beautiful, snd their movement is a mixture of elegance and comedy. ( maybe like a model doing a silly walk) It takes you a few minutes to drive the 20 kilometers down to the coast, to get to the Kimri camping site. Believe it or not, this is ...
... back north. Ruta 3 will now be our route right along the Atlantic until it's end at the end of the world sign 30kms beyond Ushuaia.
Puerto San Julian was next stop, a town with quite a history. Windswept and bleak it's home to an Argentine Airforce base whose A4's attacked the British Taskforce. There is a monument which was unveiled in June on Ruta 3 at the entrance to the base to mark the 30 years since the Falklands war. Right outside our hotel on ...