Solares Del Sur
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... of El Calafate closer to the glacier, if its major purpose is to lodge people who visit it. My mom and I were anxious and a little nervous because there was an age limit for the glacier trek, and mom and I werenīt sure if we were in shape enough to hike up and down a sheet of ice. I keep meaning to get back in shape, but it just hasnīt really happened yet…. Dad was over the age limit, and so we bought him a ticket for the Safari Nautico, an ...
... which takes about 1,5 h and we are all so tired we just relax or sleep.
Tonight we cook pasta, expertly prepared by myself.
Wednesday 31st December
Last night we decided we must figure out what we are doing next, so the first thing we do in the morning is we go to the bus station to find out if there are any buses going to El Chalten on the first. It is kind of a catch 22 situation. If we buy the bus ticket first, we won’t ...
... connection devices were incredibly frustrated by the ridiculously slow connection speed.
At 6.30pm Matias arrived at the hotel and shortly after all the porters arrived. We shouted them a beer, thanked them profusely and gave them a well-deserved tip. From here we went to a restaurant for dinner taking Matias with us and meeting Merlin and his 2 children there. The food was once again fantastic and after most of ...
... weren't as strict about fruits and nuts as we all had 2 days worth of trail mix left in our bags. It was windy today! The gusts were so strong that they made the bus shake. The wind, in part, explains why everything is so dry. The estancias here are surrounded by large aspen trees to help serve as windbreaks and are really the only green spaces in the otherwise endless expanse of land. We arrived to our hotel in El ...
... etc etc. It must be bad if he has to rely on San Julian to keep him sane.
He had come to Argentina to help the American owner of eleven ranches in Argentina overcome difficulties he was having (the owner lives in New Mexico so God knows how he managed to keep tabs on what was going on – perhaps he didnīt, which was the problem). The guy we met is now in the process of closing all eleven ranches since every single one was ...