Posada El Barranco
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We stayed here only 1 night, but were very happy, with our room, the breakfast and especially the good hot shower.
No internet - only wi-fi - may be the only drawback.
Would recommend and would stay here again.
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... of Largo Argentina, fluffy white towels and crisp white fresh bed linen. There we go 24 hours or so in the life of a traveller "love it" and wouldn't change it for the word at the moment. Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas. At some point I will write about something we can all relate to, the love/hate relationship we have with the internet. Hasta luego P.S. it's still light at 22.30 here so happy midsummer to all reading this in the southern ...
... of the tops. Thanks to great weather the hike was beautiful, mainly through forests, lakes and rivers. At the base of the mountain, for the first time ever, Dave's Higher geography came into its own - Corries, Terminal and Lateral Moraine, Truncated Spurs, pyramidal peaks and U shaped valleys everywhere!
The next day the weather wasn't so great (very normal in this part of the world, a bit like Scotland as the ...
We were booked on the 8am Caltur bus from El Calafate to El ChaltÚn, but thanks to the close proximity of the hospedaje to the bus station we didn't need to get up particularly early. There weren't assigned seats on the bus and it was already quite full when we got there so we ended up being seated separately.
It was a short ride compared to some of the marathon journeys we have made. The landscape was pretty flat and boring at the ...
... Cerro ('Mount') Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre being the most famous attractions because of their unique sheer granite faces and jagged skyline of the summits.
We hadn't planned to come here because by all accounts on the internet it sounded like the hikes and town shut down towards the end of May as Winter approached. But on ...
... dinner before retiring for the evening and getting ready for a supposedly more gruelling trek tomorrow.
Todays hike is Lag. de los Tres. This hike leads through the valley towards the iconic Fitz Roy Range, offering many views along the way before dipping into the forest camp of Rio Blanco at 10km. The trail then ascends 400m over another 2.5km to the Lag de los Tres and the closest viewpoint to Fitz Roy, without attempting to rock climb the sheer face ...