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TravelPod Member ReviewsAltiplanico Sur Puerto Natales
The theme of this hotel is to blend in with the environment as much as possible with the outside made from mud blocks which make the hotel look like part of the landscape. It overlooks the lovely Ultima Esperanza Sound ( Last Hope Sound). The service is excellent and the hotel boasts a really great restaurant.
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... around. There were sixteen hotel guests on the boat including two young woman from New York who had tried the trip the previous afternoon and had to turn around due to weather conditions and they were really hoping that today we would get there. To get to the glacier you have to sail through a fjord. There are only four other countries in the world besides Chile that have fjords; Canada, the USA in Alaska, Iceland ...
... left us the day before) got a good night sleep and kicked off the hike at 8am, not knowing that this would turn out to be the toughest day of them all, thanks to wind forces that can only be likened to a hurricane ! From the minute we left the shelter we were walking against a wall of wind that meant we were basically not moving at all ! We felt like hamsters in a wheel ! Progress was very very slow and several times ...
... that was being prepared for sealing. Last time we would have had some 500 km of ripio. GG is looking a lot brighter this time. We found another nice hospedaje on Colon Street off San Martin (Hospedaje Marial). Later we walked out and saw Kaiken hostal, the place we stayed in 2009 (just around the corner). It may have been better as it had WiFi.
Tuesday 3 Feb - Last big day before we have a DAY OFF!!!! 533 km Gobornador to ...
... at the entry. And secondly a 30 minutes boat sailing over Lago Pehoé. This was nice as the sun was shining and a strong wind was blowing. The strong wind was nice on the boat but setting up a tent with strong wind is another thing! But with some patience we had our tent standing up. The first two nights were incredibly windy but as we were so tired of the hikes we still managed to sleep. ...
... Journey South
We headed South at first along Chile's Ruta 5. For the first couple of days we drove and slept at the wonderful Copec service stations. These were really handy - clean, quiet, wifi and showers and all for free! It didnt take us long to realise ...