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Travel Blogs from Puerto Natales
... Central, which made for a very short (<2 hour) day. We would have gone straight to Cuernos, but they had no availability that night, although it ended up working out because it started raining shortly before noon and rained for the rest of the day.
Our third day we hiked from Central to Cuernos, and this is when the overall beauty of the hike sets in. The hike is ~13 kilometers, and shortly into the hike Lago Nordemskjold comes into ...
The trip to Puerto Natales started with a 12 hour bus trip to Punta Arenas which involved crossing the border to Chile and a ferry across the Magellene straits. Thankfully it passed without any major problems and Jo was not too uncomfortable during the journey. The only bit of excitement we had was when one of the luggage doors sprang open and a bag fell out while the bus was doing 100km/h! Thankfully it wasn't one of our bags. ...
... around, lower his head and again charge towards the dog and start the "dance" up again. This continued until the gaucho gave a loud whistle for the dog to follow. It was really very amusing.
After returning to the B&B, Jenny and I decided to go for lunch and find some local artisan shops. We enjoyed a wonderful pizza in a restaurant which occupies the building that the first mercantile had been established in. They have done a fabulous job renovating it, keeping ...
... As well as new socks and thermal top! These may have to be posted home after Antarctica as I am already carrying too much. It was quite a productive day, collected the trek tickets and vouchers, booked the bus to Punta Arenas, the next stop after Christmas and also the bus from Punta Arenas to Ushuaia. It's a good job we booked when we did as the bus to Ushuaia only had half a dozen seats left on the 30th December. The rest of the day was spent ...
... their holiday album, while the son-in-law was
dispatched to the ditch with empty Coke bottles to fetch water for the
We limped into the village of Cerro Castillo where we spent
the night before attempting, next day, to get to Coyhaique, the nearest town of
any size. A few kilometres up the road it became clear that we were not going
to make it. Oh where is Jonny Scott when you need him? Answer: At the end of a