Del Nomade Hosteria Ecologica
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... approached “breakfast” and flew off to eat elsewhere. Time then being of the essence, from here it was a direct drive to the Trelew airport.
The flight left on time and arrived early which was great. Pity about the lack of a drink or anything much to eat!! In Calafate we were met and taken to the hotel. We then wandered around the town for a couple of ...
... campground, and so we did.
There was one other van parked next to ours in the Puerto Pirámide ACA parking lot, a Volkswagen camper decorated with stickers from every South American country, Bhutan and of variations of Buddha. These, our kind of people, we met in the morning when we all convened in the café for a mate (them) and coffee (us). Despite its universal popularity here, mate, the traditional Argentinian tea, sipped out of a mate gourd from ...
... my choice of two nights in Esquel.
After dinner with an Englishman and a woman from Indiana/Australia who have been riding motorcycles around the world for three years, I returned to the boring hostel and researched my options for leaving.
After a shower with the only scalding hot water pouring out of the spigot and a “breakfast” of stale bread, diesel fuel which may have been coffee and too chewy cookies, I decided enough was enough ...
... swam directly under the boat, and we had the perfect view being right at the front. Pretty unforgettable. They must have only been metres away at some points. Its a wildlife experience which ranks right up there with the Galapagos I reckon. The only trouble is you´re so transfixed on them you forget to look where you´re pointing the camera when you attempt a picture and so its all over the place.. So the pictures show a fraction of how good ...
... the lake so daddy could do some windsurfing. For some reason it was only blowing 25 knots so even using the biggest sail they had (a tiny 4.7m sq) amazingly I can still remember how to do it despite the usual occasional spectacular crash – think it’s been over 6 years since I last got on a windsurfer and it’s still as fun as ever whizzing along and soon the wind got up and gave me a jolly good run for my money – the owner (another dreadlocked ...