Apart Hotel Los Pinos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... at the post office at the end of the world. They call this place Fin Del Mundo (end of the world) although actually the bottom of the country is Cape Horn. We went into the post office and sent some postcards, and got our passports stamped with an end of the world stamp. Outside the post office the scenery was lovely - crystal clear twinkly blue sea lapping on rocky beaches, forest and snow capped mountains. It was beautiful. We decided to walk the 8km coastal path which took ...
... in BA, so we'll be keeping a close eye on this!! These southern regions are some of the most expensive parts of Chile / Argentina. It's more remote but very popular therefore food and accommodation are not quite as cheap as we'd hoped! But it's a good standard, albeit the wifi can be very hit or miss which can somewhat frustrating! But it's the long queues which really astound. We timed one queue in the local supermarket at 25 minutes. And there were only five (some ...
... were deemed safe by the Captain. A short while after departure Second Officer, Alex led us through the details of the required SOLAS (Safety Of Life At Sea) Safety and Lifeboat Drill (with possibly the worst ever pronouncation of Llewellyn I have yet to hear in my life, I only said here because I heard Stuart, the pronounciation of my surname was not recognisable), assisted by the crew and staff. On hearing the alarm we reconvened for ...
... decided on the 8km hike along the coastline which ended at Lapataia bay from which there is a choice of 6 more shorter hikes.The guidebook outlined all of the animals that we were likely to see so i constantly had my eyes open for fuegan red foxes, beavers, sea otters and rabbits. The walk started through an amazing forest, with the vivid red, orange, yellow and green hues of the autumn trees. The walk was marked as moderate but there was only 1 uphill on the whole trek ...
... the prevailing winds and sadly ineffective stone windbreaks amateurishly, although generously, constructed by previous hikers.
We also tackled some lighter fare - a couple viewpoints, a waterfall, the long walk to the other side of the long one street town to buy bus tickets, or to drink and eat with former Antarctica shipmates, slowly getting used to the oddly constant backdrop of people with backpacks, and more often than not, a puzzled look on their ...