Cabanas Cerro Torre
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... and back, and back until suddenly I was sitting on the ice upside down - unable to move! What a disaster! And much to everyones amusement I couldn't get myself the right way up until the guide climbed up to rescue me!
The rest of the climbs were abseil first then climb back up. It took a bit of courage to walk backwards off the ice cliff, even once the guide told us the rope could hold 6 tonnes! The final 2 climbs of the ...
... Roy mountains. It was a big room too with an equally big bathroom that included a large spa bath.
The sun had been shining since we arrived so we decided to at least get a short walk in, in the afternoon. We took the trail on the southern side of town up to Mirador de Condór and Mirador Aguila. They were only a few kilometres long and took only about 90 minutes return. Short as it was, it still gave us some awesome views of town, ...
... said 'only those in good physical shape should attempt this route'. Of course we carried on, up a very steep and slippery slope with snow on the upper path, but we made the top. The view of the entire mountain range and all across the valley was amazing. It was very deep snow and the lake was frozen over with a thick layer of snow on top. It was so pretty. We posed for many photos, but then as it neared 5pm and we had ...
... discover (and get confused about) the dateline, and finally; they were the first Europeans to see penguins. I´ll talk more about them later but, surprise, surprise, they´re called Magellanic penguins.
There are a lot of Magellan Avenues/Streets in Argentina, since the voyage made its way down what is now the Argentinian coast, so I´m constantly being reminded of the story. It´s mentioned here and there that there´s a popular museum ...
... forecast, wildlife to look out for, treks to embark on and a detailed map too. An informative and pleasant welcome indeed! After picking up out luggage, Tasha turned to me with dread in her eyes as we stumbled towards our hostel, La Comarca, 'a cardboard box with boarded up windows', as Tash described it. (I'd booked this hostel, so the pressure was on for decent digs). With a simple ledger and pencil to organise their guest-list, it's a rugged, old-school approach that's adopted ...