Hosteria La Estepa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a picture of our cars on her twitter page. Or the misterious girl on the ferry to Tierra del Fuego. I admire women who travel alone, because they are independent, balancing between superiority and vulnerability. Who deserve to be respected and cared for, but left alone until they decide they want to interact with other people. Like the beautiful Diana, who sits at a table next to us. She is travelling alone and she is here to see the Perito Moreno glacier, ...
... lept straight off his bike and ran to see what the was on the menu. Matt thought the condors would have him! Turned out they were feeding on a tasty emu, we'd already had lunch, so left the condors to it and prepared ourselves for hours of headwind riding. We made the 90 degree turn at 90k and as predicted the wind was horrid, I tried to instigate a chain gang between the three of us, Bernado insisted on staying on the front longer than my suggested 5 minute change over time, fine by ...
... falling. It was like being in church. As the sun heated the ice so the glacier moves slowly popping and cracking.
Tom- one of the most amazing sights i have seen, words and photos don't do it, put this on your bucket list. How lucky are we.
... get this web site to download my pictures. Technical hitch currently! We all opted to take the extra boat trip right up to the left face of the glacier. Instructions from the guide to board last ,sit near the door so we could be first on deck when permitted. Inga and I were like ferrets down a rabbit hole and bagged first viewing spot on the top deck. Difficult to describe the majesty, electric blue of the ice and the suspense as one waited for a lump to fall off. ...
... buy some dinner but not much more.
We eventually found out, the next day, when we again tried to withdraw some cash, this time in the banks with our card and passports (still no luck), that the government put a limit on how much can be withdrawn (lower than your own card limit and lower still for an Argentinian - that at least explains the long queues at the ATMs). We did eventually find 1 ATM in a bank that we had already tried that would allow us to take a reasonable ...