Hotel Carpa Manzano
Travel Blogs from Punta Arenas
Garriepowers stayed here on Nov 16, 2010 during their trip titled: Chile and Argentina .
... giant animals used to roam around the pampas, only 10.000 years ago, like the mylodon, this bear-like monster twice as tall as humans. Maybe this is awakening what is left of the caveman in me - not much though, I wouldn’t say I am the archetypical caveman, especially with my old habit of cutting out every little piece of fat from my steak (cavemen don’t separate the fat, they eat the lot) and getting in trouble with my ...
... logo on it) and several building that look like containers but are actually family homes and a hospital. When the naval officers are posted here they stay for 2 years so come with their families and the children got to school so there is a teacher as well as a priest here. We toured the single men's lounge where they have a gym, pool table and TV. These men are responsible for any sea diasters that occur in the ocean around the base. There are 64 people here ...
... travelled these waters. I am sure on their cruise days though they didn't take line dancing lessons and become (if I may say) quite proficient at the electric slide.
8. No graffitti
9. We might expect one excursion a day or up to three, depending on weather. Two is the norm. The excursions might last 1-3 hours.
Punta Arenas is the capital city of the Magallane and Antarctica areas of Chile. It is the largest city south of the 46th Parallel South in the world with 120,000 people. It is located on the Straight of Magellan. Punta Arenas was originally established by the ...