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Travel Blogs from El Calafate
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!
... it round the world, at least, and was the first boat to ever do so.
You´ll have noticed that parts of this blog are history-heavy. I make no apologies, it´s just what I´m interested in. One of my favourite stories in history is the one of the first circumnavigation of the world. Just consider these condensed bits that I remember from a book – Magellan never set out to go around the world, he was just trying to find the Spice ...
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 ...
... what a really gentle policeman I must say.... Tomorrow I need to be up when the sun rises over the atlantic ocean. Sea lions and Penguins will be my breakfast TV. Add 2: it starts to look like a bad hollywood movie. While I was editing past entries of this blog, a fox came near my site up to2 meters. And to fnish this, now the full moon rises over the atlantic ocean. whats next? Radagast visiting me, telling me that Patagonia is ...
... was a similar one - this time a Mirage 5 fighter. Not any old one but allegedly the first to attack the British Taskforce. The plane has 3 'kill' silhouettes of British ships from the Falklands on it's sides. I'm pleased to say after doing some wikipedia research only one was actually even hit - and then only by cannon fire. None sank and ironically HMS Antrim was subsequently sold to Chile (Chile and Argentina have a long standing and bitter rivalry). It's ...