Hotel Cerro Castillo
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... National Park. We found a really nice
vegetarian restaurant run by some English people to have dinner at. We had a
lovely walnut burger and a burrito with tons of avocado which went down really
well. We then spent a lot of time at the hotel rearranging our bags to be ready
to walk tomorrow afternoon after we got to the park.
... incredible. We were both so thankful to get across that finish line and hop on the bus back to Puerto Natales for some good beer and burgers. Brad finished his marathon race in just over 4 hours and Katie crossed the finish around 2 hours and 40 minutes for her half marathon. Of course, we have both decided that we will continue to train and run another race once we are stateside.
On the Monday after the race, we met up with Bria and Dave at ...
... begin hiking, walking alongside the road for a little while (copping a little drizzle) before turning across the plains towards the spectacular snowcapped mountains that we can see in the distance. The scenery becomes more and more beautiful before we arrive at our camp for the night, Campamento Paine Grande. We erect our tent, cook dinner and get to bed early to beat the cold that comes with the dark!
Day 2 we awake before dawn to get an early ...
Pretty great day today; we took a tour to Torres de Paine National Park. The day started with visit to a massive cave; it was a glacier many years ago and archiologiests have found fossils of miliodon or giant sloths. Then on to Torres del Paine National Park - a place that Phil had wanted to visit since seeing a documentary as a teenager, and I since seeing a Lonely Planet book eight weeks ago. Didn’t ...
... the sniffer dog picked my bag out of the whole bus load to be checked so it had to be searched by some serious Chilean men who kept asking if I was carrying fruit... Not drugs or weapons but fruit! And I wasn't. But the dog had in for me! (He was actually cute and we had a little play) Puerto Nalatas is tiny but we've already found some great food places. The best being a place called Afrigonia where of course ...