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So our journey further south to Puerto Natales began with an early start and a 6 hour coach journey to the border crossing where numerous forms were filled in, queues were queued in and Hannah narrowly avoided the long arm of the Chilean law for trying to smuggle two apples over the border, fortunately once discovered they were dismantled and thrown in the bin with no further consequences. Puerto Natales sits on the edge of a large fjord ...
... because the boat was moving a lot. And I didn't really care because I was starting to get seasick. Everyone was getting back to their seats except for some girl who was talking to the boat operator. In my mind I was thinking start the damn boat! When we started going, I felt better.
We arrived back on land around noon. We had a four and a half hour bus ride to Puerto Natales later so we got some empanadas from a local bakery for lunch. We checked ...
... the Singing Lamb hostel even if it was just a few blocks away.
As far as hostels go, the Singing Lamb was fantastic. It had a huge common area with bar, sofas, computers and tables and chairs. The rooms were big too and decorated to a standard you would find in a hotel. It was slightly on the expensive side, but not too much more than other accommodation in the town.
It began to rain really heavily, but we needed to walk to town to ...