Apart Hotel Los Pinos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... This site was really penguins and seals sunbathing enjoying the balmy weather. We slithered and slid around in our kayaking gear before heading back to the ship.Our band of six once again dined together and then retired to the bar for “Liar’s Club” quizz night, Balderdash for the masses. I was a little tired so retired while the men downed Tequila on glacial ice rocks with lime!
... Another nice crossing of the Magellan Straight with lots more sightings of southern Dolphins. Arriving in Punta Arenas I was forced to pay a fee for taking a bike on the bus, I didn't have enough chilean pesos on me so got thoroughly ripped off in the bureau de change for my Argentinian money. Next up came the challenge of finding another taxi to take me to my hostel. The box was so destroyed it was impossible to carry plus my hostel was about 2 miles away so a ...
Relatively unstructured traveling of the kind that we have embarked upon sometimes involves making spontaneous, spur of the moment decisions. For a number of practical reasons we had decided that El Calafate was the furthest south our journey would take us and so had boarded a bus from El Chalten back to Calafate in order to head back north. While on the bus and after carefully considering our recent conversations with ...
... The guide's English was not great, and the tour simply took us to a husky breeding kennel and tourist shop, at one of the ski resorts - before driving to the Lake and stopping at 2 lake view points, and one mountain / harbour viewpoint on our return. The scenery was great, but we are now spoilt - so the land based views of the. Mountains and lakes, seem to pale into insignificance compared to the fjords, however we were glad to ...
... the country is growing,” or "Works that unite the nation". But then you hear Argentinians rant about how the government gives millions of pesos to huge asphalt contractors who lay down half an inch of pavement instead of a few inches and pocket the rest, assuring that another contract will be in the offing when the thin pavement wears away. Perhaps you listen to Chileans point out how the super-rich are buying enormous swaths of land in southern regions where ...