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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Natales
... the trek. We were staying here tonight so set up the tent before walking to Glacier Grey. Within 20 minutes I wanted to go home. The weather was awful - freezing cold, wet and the wind was blowing so hard it was hard to walk! We had planned to go all the way to the Glacier but you couldn't see anything and the storm was awful so we cheated and turned back at half way. The weather was more settled in the night but still freezing! Day two we woke and knew immediately why ...
... at home, but I'm not sure we will come back. It's so far to get here and the trails were so crazy busy. There are so many beautiful hikes in Canada that would be just as beautiful and far less crowded. Plus the weather here tops out at 12'C so not super warm... Summertime hiking in Canada has better temps - fingers crossed... Weather was less than ideal for our September long weekend trek this past year when it snowed on us! We're making a ...
... gaucho which means he's great with horses.
4 hours of riding on Winka (my horse who sort of seemed to run lopsided) amongst spectacular scenery sometimes accompanied by other roaming horses and I'd got myself a new friend, a tent and an invite to come back, camp and volunteer when I return from my biggest adventure yet! Not bad for a day's ...
... was in the middle of nowhere, it went quite slow. On the Chile border all our lugage had to go through a scanner and back in the bus again. Then the bus had to drive 20m (this is not a joke) pick up your bagpacks again and add them in the new bus! As you can read the Argentine and Chiles like each other very much! In Puerto Natales we found quickly Rogers B&B which is runned by a friendly Chilean family. With some hand, feet and spanish words we decided to ...
... from yesterday's long downhill walk and it looked like it might rain soon. We also planned to visit another glacier, Perito Moreno, in Argentina shortly and of course, we could spend the rest of the afternoon in the comfort of the Lodge having a drink, writing the blog and sorting out pictures while waiting for the 6:30pm catamaran.
It was a pretty easy decision to make, we waited a couple of minutes in case the clouds parted and ...