Xelena Deluxe Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... which is so good in Argentina and then I packed up my stuff. Avery and Becci also had a flight at a similar time to me so we shared a taxi to the airport. My 15 hour extravaganza trip to Montevideo and then Punta del Este began then. I got a flight to Bariloche, waited on the plane for refuelling, then onto the international airport of BA, I then had to get a shuttle for an hour to the other airport in BA. I then waited from 12 until 6 am to board my flight to Montevideo. Then once ...
... I would go so far to say that Perito Moreno was, perhaps, the most amazing natural phenomenon I have had the pleasure of seeing.
On the boat I noticed a lot of passengers who didnīt look all that in shape, so that eased my fears about the trek enormously. When it came time to embark upon the ice I still wasnīt sure how the crampons would go on and whether or not I would spike myself with them, but they basically were like a pair of really ...
... do very much (= one of Femi’s favourites activities). We decide not to go out tonight, instead we are going to cook our New Year’s meal. So we go shopping, buy two different types of steak, bottle of champagne and some mystery cake that Femi does not want to show me yet.
Other activities completed today are blogging (really needed, we are well behind and starting to forget), shopping for binoculars (Femi’s new hobby) and getting cash out of ATM, ...
... bed, we packed up and just as we were loading the bus another surprise happened, Merlin arrived and announced he was travelling to El Calafate with us as he was flying to Buenos Aires later in the day. The sun was shining and apart from the highest peaks of Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre, the rest of the snow capped mountains were visible, so the views were lovely as we travelled to El Calafate. Having been spoilt with ...
... showed us how hard it was to break the ice, then serve it to us with whiskey poured over to relax, those crampons might as well ballet shoes as we all skipped over clear bridges with vast hollow blue glowing caves beneath us. That skipping did calm down a little when we watching a 500m high chunk of the glacier split and crash into the water below sending shock waves up to our vantage point, but if paradise is up the river Nile...I imagined this was probably just a makeshift ...