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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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Today we drove circa 4 hours from El Calafate to Puerto Natales. The journey was smooth we were able to maintain cruise speed of Swiss Autobahn (but in a single lane road). Litle Chevrolet Celta was brave !!! It's like Tata Nano but Brasilian version, no electric windows, no central looking, just the basics!
Puerto Natales is the biggest city …
... running again so we won't have to pay $100 for the transfer...but are then told that for no perceivable reason (other than the fact that it's prior to November) it won't be running tommorow and thus will need a private transfer, although thankfully this will be 'only' $50), purchase all the food and hire the gear that we will need before packing our bags and turning in early.
Our transfer picks us up in the morning at around 7.30am, and takes ...
... and went on a tour to Torres del Paine. We went to Lago Grey and looked at these glorious icebergs and massive glacier. And I saw the remnants of global warming firsthand. Which was ironic, because it was so bone chilling cold. But seeing one of the icebergs make its way to the shoreline, like a beached whale, it was eye opening. My guide told us it was only 20 years ago that in the summer months the ice would melt but would replenish in the ...
... i had more pressing issues like when was i going to get out of this town? This then prompted a walk to the bus station where I (with luke and ryan) booked a ticket to el calafate for the following day. The walk there was fun, and En route we bought empanadas from a hardware store. So good and so cheap. I managed to return my camping equipment as the store was open today ...
Today's story starts with half a chocolate cake at the border of Argentina and Chile, would we get it across along with our hiking snacks. They are really strict at the Chilean border with fresh produce, much like New Zealand and Australia. After having our food scanned and the cake nearly being trodden on by the sniffer dog we thankfully got through with everything, including the cake. It turned out the only thing we had to ...