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We made it through one of the longest roads in the world – more than 5000 km which in our case turned into 8000 km since we made lots of detours tempted with what was there to see around. We’re happy now. Very happy. The first stage of our Argentinian…

Argentina

In order to arrive to Cabo Virgenes we have to take a detour from Ruta 40 and go into Ruta 1. From Rio Gallegos we have around 130 kilometres there. As it turns out the road is not the one we like – there is a lot of small stones…

Argentina

After amazing days spent on the glaciers and a visit to Puerto Natales we’re coming back to Argentina in order to start the last stage of our route. It makes us a little bit sad because we know that more than a month full of this beautiful landscapes and great…

Argentina

We built the suspense gradually when it comes to icebergs – first, we looked at them from behind the windows in the car, then we approached them directly, but not close enough to touch them, then we sailed right into their claws. Now, time has come for the ice trek…

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Glaciar Perito Moreno is right now part of the Los Glaciares National Park. This is the first Patagonian glaciar – from those we have seen – which breaths “so loudly”. Every minute you can hear part of the glaciar falling off into the water. Unfortunately. But we prepared special gallery…

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We wake up at 6 am in order to have breakfast, take a shower and get ready before Amelia wakes up. We wrap it up pretty quickly and get an additional 15 minutes to peacefully drink tea and coffee. Amelia wakes up feeling good, Ania feeds her quickly and a…

Argentina

Yesterday Kuba went for a trek to Fitz Roy. Today it’s my turn. You can see the differences from the very start – Kuba turns out on the track at 7 am while I leave at 10.30. Feeding Amelia and organising a day without the mommy takes a while. It’s…

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Sun has already been up for the last few hours, there’s no wind yet and the city is absolutely deserted. It’s very energetic and full of people returning from the mountains or just arriving or leaving El Chaltén during the day and in the evening so I’m pretty surprised to…

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It’s nice to have everything so near in this little town. You can walk around it in less than an hour. It looks amazing from the very moment of our arrival. All because of its location – between tall, snowy mountaintops of Andes.

Argentina

More than 200 km and 4 hours on the road, dozens of detours but also, magnificent views. It was the first time we’ve seen a bit of an iceberg in Patagonia. That means we’re close. Very close to Tierra del Fuego.

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