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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 …
... gets smaller,which it is at a speed that is breath taking,we must be more welcoming ,understanding and accepting of other peoples.We say we are but behind closed doors the majority are not.We like to pretend to the world that we are the bastions of multi culturilism,but the reality is different,speak to any immigrant about how they have been treated or looked at in the street or talked about in the workplace in the UK and you may be surprised at what ...
... 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 ...
... To the point where we could not feel our fingers so a few quick photos and a snack we were off down the mountain like a shot, it's hard not to run when you are going down hill at a steady rate. We made it back to the Refugio in record time and managed to jump on the 2:30 bus instead of the 5:30 as planned and fined ourselves an extra couple of hours in town. We used them to shower, do laundry and have a really nice dinner to celebrate our achievement. What a magical couple of ...
... the fresh air vents. Needless to say, the bus became quite warm and as the road had changed from a pin straight one in Argentina, to a much more curvy one in Chile, Jenny and I both began to feel very motion sick. We were lucky that we were very close to town or I think our trip would have ended far different for both of us.
Puerto Natales is an interesting town. It seems to us that it was once a thriving prosperous community, then must have had a large ...