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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 …
... Crab Chupe a local speciality which is involves frying red peppers, onions & spring onions and then mixing it with crushed toasted bread, king crab meat, cream cheese & then baking with grated cheese on top. Its absolutely delicious and was so tasty. We can now cook it and substitute Morton bay buy or prawns for king crab in Australia. The king crab was so tasty its much meatier and bigger than other crabs and costs a fortune when bought in Europe or the US. For desert we had ...
I got up this morning, had another nice breakfast at Hostal La Estancia and then checked out to get my bus. Luckily the Magallanes Bus terminal is only a five minute walk from the hostel, so it was easy enough to get to. It was a really nice, new bus, and the emptiest bus I’ve been on in South America. It was really bizarre. There were only six of us on the huge coach bus, and it never ...
... We've passed a few sheep estancia's and cattle farms. The southern Andes were off in the distance but grew closer each mile we passed. Puerto Natales is the main jumping point into southern Patagonia. It's a small town on a fjord so it looks like your are settled on a lake with the mountains in the background but it's really the Pacific Ocean. We took taxis to our hotel, Capitán Eberhard, a retro-70's type place on the waters ...
... 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 ...