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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... on the way out. He may have been in a normal gear instead of reverse. Luckily the boat was made of steel and the dock of wood so the dock lost that battle. It was selfie stick city on the boat as we passed the glacier. I near lost an eye to an over enthusiastic Japanese tourist. Once on shore we were divided into Spanish and English speaking tour guides. My guide was named Diego. That is my second guide named Diego in the last week. He was pretty funny. They ...
... pm) and after some delay at the luggage carousel (not even the staff seemed to know what was going on) we exited the Ezeiza Airport to get a taxi to the Hotel Plaza Central Canning. The taxi driver shamelessly ripped us off: he charged us 300 Pesos (AUD 42) for a 15 min ride. The fair price should be half of that. The hotel was ok - clean at least. We had little over 5 hours to rest before the next leg of the trip back to Porto ...
... country either.
We were soon on our way, driving through a very flat and boring, landscape. It was hard to stay awake in the bus, especially after the long walks we had been doing in Torres Del Paine. We arrived in El Calafate at 2:30pm and after grabbing a map from tourist information in the bus station, we walked the 50m to Hospedaje Flores del Sur. It has to be our easiest walk from transport to accommodation on the entire trip.
... There was a bit of a backlog of people here, but no big thing. Inside the cave, water constantly trickled, and you could really see how compressed the ice had become, with thick veins of blue running through the walls.
After this we had pretty much reached the middle of the glacier and as far as we were going to progress. Side to side it is roughly 5km. Our return to actual land went swifter and a little more gung ho than when we first set out. Stepping ...
We arose early today for our first of two flights down south. We made our way to the airport and checked in easily and whizzed through the relatively light security to the pre-boarding area for our flight. We were dreaming of the mountains that awaited us on the end of our flights today, a thick heavy fog rolled in and blanketed the runway. This is quite common for this airport, and quite an annoyance for us. We booked two separate flights, one to Buenos ...