Cabanas Solares del Sur
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... hike. However, with Nadine still suffering with a chest infection we hatched a ridiculous plan over breakfast. We would put Nadine on the 1 o'clock bus with her bike then Matt and I would try and make the 220km trip to the next town, El Calafate, in one. EVERYone does this leg in two days as there are convenient hotels and camping spots at halfway and the route is known for its severe headwinds. Nevertheless we set off with an hour head start on the bus, excited about the challenge! ...
Jubilant and entirely exhausted from our six days hiking Torres del Paine we headed for our final border crossing from Chile, after spending 36 days in this majestic and wonderfully varied country. After an hour drive from Puerto Natales and just over two hours at immigration (our quickest yet) we were once again in Argentina, though this looked very dissimilar from Mendoza. We had temporarily left the magnificent snow clad peaks of ...
... the place, it was hard to keep up! There was only one bar we found in the town, there is not the drinking culture we have back home, it is all about the wine and beer served up alongside meat of course! We stumbled on a really cute little family run cafe after we had been walking around the nature reserve on New Years and feasted on Patagonian lamb stew, it was so good we came back a second day, nothing to do with the fact they also had penguin jugs of ...
In El Chalten we did lots of trekking and admired the beautiful scenery. The longest trek we did in one day was 22km which we were very proud of, but in the trekking capital of Argentina it was still quite short.
Then we faced our fears ice climbing! Steve was very excited, I was very daunted! It was hard, scary and cold but a real achievement when we ...
... than this one) but there isn't much point. All you do is get slightly closer but the view from the vantage point of a deck is about the same. Plus/minus as Viv would say.
We were split into Spanish and English speaking groups and proceeding to take an hour work alongside the glacier to a point further up where we could climb onto it. Here we were given harnesses and cramp-ons. The harnesses were for emergencies only - in case someone falls down a cravass there's ...