Hotel Costaustralis

Address: Pedro Montt 262, Puerto Natales, Patagonia, 6160000, Chile | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Pedro Montt 262, Puerto Natales, is near Glacier Grey, Lago Nordenskjold, and Channel of Last Hope (Ultima Esperanza).
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Natales

    Preparing for 5 days in the patagonian wilderness

    A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on Mar 27, 2014

    ... in English and it was quite obvious she didn't understand him. He had left his shoes on the bus (i did say clueless gringo). I came in and calmly explained to her in Spanish what the bloke had done and then she sorted him out. After chatting to her for a bit i asked for a discount on our bus tickets and she gave then to us for 9000 ($18) each when the normal price is 12000 ($24). Being a clued in gringo often works ...

    Day 10: The Best Laid Plans.

    A travel blog entry by gregchinery on Dec 30, 2013

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... the hundreds of ownerless dogs who roam the streets of many of the towns we had thus far visited in South America came and sat his **** down exactly on top of my feet so he could rest his head on the girl's thigh, and in the process happily sniff her ******. I wasn't sure whether to be cranky or amused. I let him stay there; a different take on the old joke - "Why do dogs sniff girls ******es in bus stations? Coz they can..." But I know you are dying to find out how we got ...

    Now This is an Adventure

    A travel blog entry by odie1 on Dec 24, 2013

    5 photos

    ... them. We passed hills of prairie grass dancing in the wind giving the appearance as though the hills were alive with waves. And of course we passed tens of thousands of sheep! We saw sheep in Ireland but that had nothing on Patagonia.
    Torres del Paine is remote, and I mean very remote. For a national park, it lacks most things we would expect back home. Driving through the park is like attempting a death defying stunt. The road is little more than a dirt track ...

    Loving Life in Patagonia

    A travel blog entry by mhwalktheearth on Nov 13, 2013

    ... to 60 kph while we were there.

    We spent our first day making arrangements for the two days we would spend in Parque Nacional Torres del Paine. While we were in Punta Arenas, we bought tickets for a bus tour of the park. We knew we wanted to hike in the park for the second day, but we didn't know how we would get to the park or where we should go. A local bar, Base Camp, gives a presentation at 3pm everyday about hiking through the park. While we were waiting for ...

    The Towers of Pain!

    A travel blog entry by nadinehanlon on Apr 07, 2013

    25 photos

    ... started these daily meetings years ago after getting fed up of explaining the same thing to every backpacker that walked through their doors, and they do it very well. They tell you how to get to the park, what the routes are, advise you on where to stay overnight, clothing to wear, food to take, and equipment you absolutely need to hire from their conveniently located equipment store right next to where we were given the talk! They did convince me to ...