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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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... ended up not leaving til closing. John and sub captain walked me back to hostel - no idea where Juan Pablo went but other guy was gay and they were saying JP was bi which I didn't know whether to believe. I felt bad as hostel locked so had to ring bell and john rang it again! Got old guy who does breakfast up. Didn't get to bed til nearly 3.30 and gotta be up in 3 hours - oops but was a very fun and random day catching up with ...
... 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 ...
... rather than the pitiful 7kph on ripio. We still had to get off at one stage to walk the bikes as the wind was so strong. Both days the wind was mainly hitting us at about our 2o'clock so we felt the full force of the headwind whilst having the wind constantly catch our front panniers destabilising us and sending us off course, hilarious to watch. I did lots of filming, so if anyone manages to stay awake through my feature length video of the trip you can enjoy it ...
... was slowly waking up. The rest of the day was spent in preparation for the expedition and trek tomorrow, feeling excited and more confidant, my boots and my feet got on well today, they were a little tight so my inner debate about whether to wear these or my sneakers was resolved. The weather has been relatively fine but I,m sure will be more extreme in the mountain valleys we will walk into on the W ...
... a stray dog joins us for a lovely breakfast.
Things we have learned
1. Chile is really really really long.
2. Wicked campers have no ...