from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Cuban name of the black oldwife, Melichthys piceus, a fish of the family Balistidæ.
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He pointed out blue calafate berries; local lore says that if you eat one, you will someday come back to Patagonia.
Eventually the water pressure builds and forces it's way through the 60metre high ice resulting in a fairly impressive rupture which we had seen videos of in a museum in calafate.
I tried to explain to them that they were the only bus company I could find that went to el calafate, and how hard it was for me because I couldnt find a way to buy the ticket online (all of this in my poor spanish, but its good practice and I know that as long as they dont laugh it means they somewhat understand).
We decided to fly to the south El calafate and managed to bag a reasonable deal which meant we didn´t need to take two days on a bus to get there, so our last night with Amy and Stephanie we decided to make another lovely dinner.
But I had planned for that (the omnibus to el calafate, if I got the ticket, didnt leave until