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... to dry our tent out a bit. It had been a beautiful, challenging and rewarding trek with amazing views and features to admire. We were ready to go and sleep in a bed again though and this we did back in Puerto Natales but not before a few beers and some proper food with Lauren and Tom in the excellent Baguales bar. We dropped into the Erratic Rock hostel to hand back the warm sleeping bag but also to donate our lilos to the free equipment box. We paid two pounds for these in La ...
... pretend we did not see a thing. Jay and I had enough of a shocked look on our faces to alert the police, army and air force.
Our shopping expedition took a little longer than planned so we end up leaving Santiago at 4pm. Time became critical as we realised it was going to take a little longer than planned to reach the national park we were heading for. Jay’s leisurely Hwy pace was lifted from between 80 - 100 kms/hr to between 110 - 120kms/hr which is ...
... and an olive wrapped in pastry and baked. Yum! (apart from the olive). The creme brule-esque dessert enabled us to inject some creativity to proceedings which we enjoyed, all this combined with fine wines and good company made for a fantastic afternoon. Afterwards we sunk a few beers in the cool Bellavista part of town which had been recommended as the place to hang out and had a nice and not too hectic evening ahead of New Years Eve.
We popped over to the guys' hotel for ...
... time at the terminal getting a seat out of town south –
finally a helpful lady said she’d sorted it. Stupidly I didn’t check the
tickets until late pm to find she’d booked me for manana! When I went back she
was off shift and the chica was unsympathetic – refused to call her colleague or
her manager, just threatened to call security. Wanted to charge me 20% for a
... morning, so we hadn't planned on spending too much time in the town, but the weather had different plans. From the first morning we arrived in the town, we were met with dark clouds and torrential rain. And it turns out, those aren't ideal conditions for hiking up an icy volcano. So despite doing the daily rounds through the tour companies to enquire whether the next day would be possible to hike, we were only ever laughed at. Fortunately there were a couple of distractions- ...
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