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... guide. At least I was here only 10 days ago with James, so have a rough feel for the street layout. First task is to lug backpack - and the weather's not that cool today- up to the bus station to book my ticket on to Puerto Natales.
Then I start looking for places to stay - but it's no longer a case of driving casually past in James' pick-up to surreptitiously sniff them out. Now it's a rather an unattractive scenario of perspiring ...
... and largo Pingo which all have the clearest still water in them. We went to a waterfall (which I'm sorry to say was not so exciting after having gone to Iguazu) and the water was so pure coming from the mountains. Glacier Grey was the finale. We couldn't hike to it on this tour but we could see some big bright blue icebergs which has made us very excited for our trip to El Calafate where the big glaciers ...
... border. A formality that was still about an hour away. I filled out my papers and went back to sleep. We arrived at the Argentinian border, and exited trouble free.
I swear in the time it took to get to the Chilean border, i could have gone back to sleep. Never in my life have i travelled so long in what is essentially, no mans land at least 20km which neither country had laid claim to. A few hours after crossing the border the bus stopped. I lifted my head and ...
... 30-45 minutes as we had to get back to Chileno before nightfall (and the end of dinner).
The Torres face east and thus are best seen in the morning with the sun illuminating them and glinting off the waterfalls. Thus we set our alarms for 4am on our second day. Unfortunately, the following morning was so cloudy that there was no hope of getting a decent view so instead we slept in. The hike that day was simply retracing out steps back ...
... pretty good nick and it was amazing to play beneath snow capped mountains. Predictably, Dad took the honours by about 20 strokes to me, with the lefty Scott bringing up the rear behind Zach. This was definitely a first for us all playing golf on Christmas Day.
After golf we all got together back at the house and organised a game of ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIndigo Patagonia (Noi Hotels) Puerto Natales
Muito agradável e bem instalado. Restaurante muito bom. Só um defeito: falta ducha higIênica no compartimento do inodoro.
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