The Safari continues up in elevation to a Chenque, a pre-Columbian tomb found in Patagonia. It is believed the body was placed on a hill and a pile of stones placed upon it. A circle of stones was then set around the pile, the wider the circle the more importance is believed of the deceased. It is interesting that this particular Chenque was found by examining the terrain with Google. The wind whips around the hill and the warmer puffy jacket that I am wearing is very welcome.
The Safari retraces our route observing the plants, animals and landscape along the way. During the drive we have a chance to learn about Paul. He is originally from Buenos Aires, but fell in love with El Calafate. During the Argentine economic crisis he moved to Miami and worked at a newspaper for three years. He has lived in El Calafate for five years and has three jobs. He grins as he says none are full time and all are fun. He owns a home and rents out units in it via Airbnb. He drives as a guide with the Estancia two days a week. And lastly he does freelance graphics design. In the winter it is very quiet in El Calafate and it gives him a chance to visit his brother and nephews in the U.S. He seems to be a happy, balanced guy.