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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Almirante Montt and is a very rustic (run down) wibbly wobbly sort of place with panoramic views of the Patagonian Andes all around. A lovely friendly place full of lovely friendly Chileans. Once we found the hostel, which although run by a very helpful couple is not surprisingly a bit run down and wibbly wobbly, standing in the shower feels like you are at risk of dropping through the floor at any minute! The next stop was the artisan ...
... it is nigh on impossible I feel comfortable enough for Julien not to interpret.My constant exposure is clearly reaping some reward at last.
I spent a long time looking at images of Torres del Paine before I came out to South America,these peaks are the most recognizable in the continent,like Everest to the Himalayas and the Matterhorn to the Alps.The National park contains this portion of the Andes but before we put a foot in the park we were off to see a cave which was ...
... were the wooden masks we got in Brazil, but they also made it through. Puerto Natales is a small town close to the Torres del Paine national park which is famous for it's hiking tracks. The most popular rout is called the W track which we intended to take. That afternoon was extremely windy which the area is also famous for. We headed in search of a hostel called Erratic Rock which holds talks daily at 3pm about the ...
... chewing down.
Another family pic at the glacier. We couldn’t work out why Dad always looks like a little child in our group shots...
Following our boat trip and lunch which was an enormous ensemble of barbecued meats we headed back to the waterfront for some coffees to ...
You can really feel when you're in the right place with the right people. It makes every day longer and more fulfilling than the last, and resonates a daily sense of contentment. We can honestly say that feeling this way has come naturally in the last four weeks while living in Puerto Natales, and the future looks equally as promising.
Daily bike rides, trail running, slack ...