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... Devils Horns”,a gigantic double peaked mountain that seems to have been thrust up by “Lucifer” himself to remind us of his ever watchful eyes. Between the horns there is a concave dip,like an angry brow covered in deep snow.We are allowed to hike for thirty minutes and I make my way on a path of solidified sharp black granite magma which glitters as the suns rays catch its crystallized angles.I can hear close by the distinct sound of a thunderous waterfall and ...
... the turquoise lake, while a condor rested in the rocks above us. As the boat gained speed it became quite choppy so we stayed up on deck, despite the freezing wind. I was glad I was wearing my fetching M&S long johns! We snapped away and gazed in awe. As the boat approached the glaciers we drank pisco sours and saved the glasses for our Chilean fizz. I've seen some stunning ...
... monopoly (I lost again!) and a new game I down loaded called head's up (very funny) oh and a few drinks. Late night again! The weather still does not look good for the trek., it is cold and windy, and when I say windy, I mean blow you off your feet windy. Thank god we are staying in the Refugio's (even if it is dorms) and not camping. Oh dear what have we let ourselves in for. The W trek is in the Torres Del Paine National Park and is a ...
Everyone was happy that day,
Tho the trail gave us a beating.
Forty-five minutes to go,
Teasingly said the sign;
Cursed it over and over we did,
As the route continued to climb.
We turned the last corner,
Finally, there lay before us,
An amazing and welcome sight,
Mirador de las Torres.
... friendly and one of them gave us a mini history of Chile which was really interesting, including that, with reference to the Malvinas, Chile were on our side believing that an enemy's enemy is a friend...though we did also learn (half way round the tour) that the English did a good job of trying to kill off the driver's ancestors' tribe... I don't think my photos really do justice to how beautiful the national park was. Every lake seemed to be a different shade of ...