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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... for awhile in Chile. We stopped in a small town to grab food at a small grocery store but of course it was closed due to siesta time. We drove further and made it to the next border crossing. Unlike the other one that was a few kilometres between the two, this one had both countries' customs in the same building. I don't know much about design but they definitely need to work on their flow of traffic ...
We were going to leave around 7 am but the leaders wanted to double check the breaks and such to ensure nothing was damaged from our episode in the sand. Because of this, it was about 7:45 before we got on the road. Nonetheless, we had a gorgeous sunrise over the ocean. The drive today became more beautiful as we continued south. Although it was still very arid, we passed by more hills and as we neared El Calafate, we encountered snow covered ...
... run out of my first 3 choices of dish and then took an hour to serve me pasta with tomato sauce. I skipped dessert and had a chocolate bar just up the road.
I met some Italian bikers at the Chilean frontier and convinced them not to bike into Torres del Paine - too much traffic and nowhere to stow bikes. They changed their plan to do as I had and bus from Puerto Natales.
At the Chilean exit border I was stuck behind a noisy tour group. An annoying delay. I then ...
... to make the destination and she affirmed that I could so that was all I needed to ensure I kept the pace and even led it on occasion. Not one to be beaten! We all made it in good time and even with time to eat our packed lunch before the boat arrival and our return to our hotel in Puerto Natales. It was really good to get the washing all done ,shower and know that I'd survived some significant trekking- 46 km in total but of course that doesn't factor in the ...
... the pros and cons of the Torres del Paine W Trek.
After a couple of drinks, we took a walk down the main drag to find a restaurant for dinner and ended up near the end of the street at Mako, which seemed to specialise in grilled meat. We shared some morcilla (blood sausage) for starters, for mains David ordered the lamb cooked whole over the wood fire while Maria stuck with a standard steak. The meal was served at the table on a ...