Hotel Lady Florence Dixie
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... bands of dark and light colours add to the drama and colour of the landscape. Maurice has shown us some of the edible berries along the way which we,ve tried and tells us about the bird and plant life. Finally we reach the refugio, it took us 6 hours, the promise of a hot tub is not taken up because the wind is starting to strengthen and its an outside tub. Lisa and I share a little cabin with its own wood burning heating stove and verandah. Hot showers immediately ...
... was slowly waking up. The rest of the day was spent in preparation for the expedition and trek tomorrow, feeling excited and more confidant, my boots and my feet got on well today, they were a little tight so my inner debate about whether to wear these or my sneakers was resolved. The weather has been relatively fine but I,m sure will be more extreme in the mountain valleys we will walk into on the W ...
... at the entry. And secondly a 30 minutes boat sailing over Lago Pehoé. This was nice as the sun was shining and a strong wind was blowing. The strong wind was nice on the boat but setting up a tent with strong wind is another thing! But with some patience we had our tent standing up. The first two nights were incredibly windy but as we were so tired of the hikes we still managed to sleep. ...
... I’m really hoping Laura can work her magic and find us something.
I was planning on going for a hike to the caves and a viewpoint tomorrow, but it’s going to have to wait until after the discussions with Laura. With 130 other people also having their cruise cancelled today, I imagine we’re going to have to work fast if we’re going to find another ship with availability on it. Fingers crossed for tomorrow ...
... s a quick summary of our three days and we'll let the pictures do the rest of the talking.
Day 1: The Towers
- Start 10.50am
- End 7.45pm
- Hiking time 8hrs 20mins
- Icy, slushy and slippery slope, with Anj on her bum numerous times! This was due to the previous night's snowfall, which made the pink granite towers on a clear day look ...