Cabanas Tierra Mistica
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... kiss us goodbye as if we were dear friends. Chileans are so nice and open. One of the people we ask to make a picture is an interesting man from London, Andy, in his early forties, who has been travelling the world for the past eight years on a BMW 650 cc motorcycle.160.000 km without technical problems, exept for the waterpump that has been made of cheese, so you always need to carry a spare one. He has been all over, from Pakistan and Afganistan to Canada, through Mexico ...
... very loosely levelling road base, making the underside of the car drag constantly. Our drive took as south through the island’s predominately dry barren landscape dotted with salt bushes, sheep and Guanacos.
We took a left turn and headed east toward the San Sebastian border crossing back into Argentina. The border crossing was slow but relatively painless and a half an hour improvement on yesterday. The east coast was remote and picturesque with rolling ...
... him his options, he swiftly did a u turn and headed back 20k down the road to the junction with the only non ripio road to Argentina. Muppet. A lunch and cup of tea stop in a shelter at another rural police station then a final stretch on a rather major road into Punta Arenas. We feared this would be where the wind would hit us the worst as the road was right on the Magellan Straits and heading south west, but the large factories and embankments kept the wind nicely at ...
... 108k to go we rolled out of town and carried on riding hard. We reached Tolhuin at 8.15pm having covered 204k/126 miles. A pretty solid day and Nadine's new record. We headed into the famous Tolhuin bakery La Union Panaderia and sat scoffing some pastries and empanadas when a waitress walked over and asked if we wanted to stay. We were led through the bakery kitchens across the road to a garage and downstairs gym where we could sleep along with a ...
This morning from our window we can see all the ships in port. There is a big liner, the Celebrity Infinity which pulled in early hours this am. Breakfast was lousy, so I had 2 bowls of fruit salad, so that was nice. We went into a very nice department store, it reminded me a lot of 'Hannas' in Toowoomba, with timber flooring & hand rails up the stairway to the next floor. I wanted to by a sleek ...