Hotel Bahia Redonda
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and very soon saw the snow lined roads leading to Argentina. We were stamped out of Chile and into Argentina. We were in such a rush to get out of the cold and onto the bus we just quickly snapped a selfie with the snow lined banks and what we thought was a Welcome to Argentina sign, seems that maybe we should have paid a little more attention as actually the sign was a middle finger to the Brits declaring that the Malvinas (Falklands) ...
... on, voila, we got picked up! The two friendly gentlemen were heading to their farm, and were happy to drop us off at the border in Cerro Castillo. What luck we were thinking! Ha! We were going to need some more! We were extremely startled and dismayed that Cerro Castillo was nothing more than a few tumble weeds, and the border crossing, well! Not only were we left to our utter own discord at the crossing, we had to walk a further 5km to get to the Argentinian border! There is ...
... and the bikes were constantly getting knocked over. Perhaps even worse than Christopher was Phillipp the Austrian who didn't even have pegs or an outside sheet for his tent (that was also far too small for him, so his head would stick out the front)! Not quite sure how he managed, but he'd cycled from Buenos Aires and had survived so I guess that's all you really need. As I said, we managed to sell our bikes onto a couple of Argentinian guys who lived in El Chalten. ...
... which was quite good. We were out with the older crowd... Eating at 7pm. Lol. But we beat the rush. As we were finished eating there was a line up at the door! Last night at dinner Mike mentioned an episode of modern family where cam and Mitch are making a reservation and they only have 4:30 "what do they think we are? 80?" Or 9:30 "what do they think we are? 20?!" Then to the pharmacy for some vitamin C pills and to a chocolate store! We've been seeing these chocolates ...
... Moreno, including boat ride in the lake and one and a half hour ice trekking on the glacier. The bus ride to the glacier along Lago Argentino was very nice as well. On the way I saw wild lamas, rabbits and lots of birds. The first view of the glacier was breathtaking. After the short boat ride we got divided into Spanish-speaking and English-speaking groups. While having our introduction across the glacier, we were lucky to witness a huge block of ...