Hosteria La Estepa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back on the bus to head back into town. And predictably I fell sound asleep. At one point I twitched super hard and woke myself up. I was facing the guy across the aisle from me who was chuckling. Apparently he noticed my massive twitch. We got to town and went to the hostel where we ran into the guy from the boat! He was staying at the same hostel as us, but had booked with a different tour company! Random. We laid around a bit then went for dinner. We went to a BBQ place close to ...
... which is so good in Argentina and then I packed up my stuff. Avery and Becci also had a flight at a similar time to me so we shared a taxi to the airport. My 15 hour extravaganza trip to Montevideo and then Punta del Este began then. I got a flight to Bariloche, waited on the plane for refuelling, then onto the international airport of BA, I then had to get a shuttle for an hour to the other airport in BA. I then waited from 12 until 6 am to board my flight to Montevideo. Then once ...
... at the estancia, but it was amazing and as always we end up with plenty of photos of cute animals.
Next we get back on the bus and drive into the national park. The scenery just gets better and better. We get off a little before and do a 1 h trek through the country side, along an arm of the Lago Argentino called Brazo Rico and we get the first glimpses of the glacier. We don’t walk directly to the glazier, we have to get back on the bus, which takes us ...
Today I woke up bustling with positive energy. It feels like the cobwebs of the negative **** I've being dealing with have been blown out, and I am back to standard travelling is awesome mode. Boom. After breakfast I headed out for a walk along the lake. This time I cut through town and headed around the left hand side, rather than the right where we headed last time. The others have gone on a trip into the national park to ...
... in the region; the Perito Moreno Glacier.
We were expecting a little bus but it was a large coach filled with more than 50 other people.
In pitch black we drove into the national park and then shortly after sunrise we arrived at a lookout before heading to a small port.
Being so far south ...