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... limbs and we share a bottle of white wine with dinner. Maurice is camping in his tent outside. We are to leave early next morning for another long day hike to the final refugio Grande Paine, beneath the highest mountain in the Park. But before we get there, we hike up the French Valley to the mirador, a steep rocky climb up a fast flowing loud river, carrying reduced packs as we leave gear at the rangers station at Italiano. The wind is throwing extremely strong gusts at ...
... events of their past. There was also an area of the museum dedicated to highlight human rights violations from all over the world, which was powerful display of the daily challenge we face to ensure equality and justice for all humankind. As the day wound down and our plane took us past the evening lights of Santiago, we prepared ourselves for our return to Paraguay, carrying with us 2 weeks of wonderful memories and a few extra pounds from all of the glorious ...
... so far advanced that the brittle yellow leaves are dropping off at the faintest of breezes and being swept away like little boats on a voyage to go and decompose somewhere quiet and hidden.I shake myself from my standing stupor and realize time is pressing.
Back in the bus we start our winding trip back to Puerto Natales ,the Torres del Paine has been an utter delight of mouth watering mountain views,pretty mirrored lagoons and nature quietly getting on with what she does ...
... Marissa / John)
9.5 hrs Flight to Santiago
4 hrs Flight to Punta Arenas
2.5 Bus to Puerto Natales
2 Bus to Torres del Paine National Park
23 hrs / 20.5 hrs TOTAL TRAVEL TIME
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Marissa & John
... to Antarctica. We celebrated with a Sushi dinner and walk around the waterfront.
The next morning we were excited to pick up our tickets and upon arriving at the travel agents we were met with an obnoxious **** who very plainly said that we weren’t going to Antarctica. That moment our hearts dropped. He said that the ...