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Today was a driving day. We had an early breakfast at the B&B, bought some Chilean
red wine before leaving Puerto Natales, Chile. We crossed the border, this time at Cerro Castillo. There was no paperwork to be completed, no bag or car checks just the passport to be stamped and the car sheet stamped at the Argentinian side. Easy.
We awoke early ready for today's trek. We ate breakfast and made lunch and drove along the bumpy road to El Pilar hotel. We weren't sure if we were in the right place as the gate was shut. As we were putting our raincoats on Cath spotted that the back tyre of the car was completely flat. Edo changed the tyre in record pace and we continued on our …
We woke up at 9am this morning a little sore but we were motivated to complete the second famous trek, Laguna Torres, before we left.
Edo and Sarah weren't so keen preferring to read books in the warm apartment. It was a little overcast but not too bad when we started out. We wasted ½ an hour walking around before finding the start of …
Well I did not think that El Calafate could be beat, but El Chalten while not better as different places completely with different attractions was an amazing small riverside haven set in between an spectacular mountain range... when you can see it that is! To think how impressed we were with just these two places makes me so excited about going …
A couple guys in my room woke up early to watch Fitz Roy at sunrise, so I crawled out of bed and went to the lounge with my camera to take a look. The skies were amazingly clear, with Fitz Roy starting to glow from the first morning light. I could even see Cerro Torre! Ugh, I should have toughed it out another night at de Agostini. Oh well, sunrise …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIn.Land.Sis Guesthouse El Chalten
This Posada was lovely, in a perfect spot in town close to everything even though that isn´t hard here. The staff were very helpful and friendly and the a great breakfast which is what you need before I big day up in the mountains. I thought it was greta value for money.
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