Indigo Patagonia (Noi Hotels)
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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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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... that was being prepared for sealing. Last time we would have had some 500 km of ripio. GG is looking a lot brighter this time. We found another nice hospedaje on Colon Street off San Martin (Hospedaje Marial). Later we walked out and saw Kaiken hostal, the place we stayed in 2009 (just around the corner). It may have been better as it had WiFi.
Tuesday 3 Feb - Last big day before we have a DAY OFF!!!! 533 km Gobornador to ...
... an orange. Luckily Maurice has packed rice cakes for me and fresh avocado, so Itransfer the filling to rice cakes which are much more palatable. Day 1 hike is quite a steep pull up the first hill, which has only low vegetation, and there are horse trails alongside the stony hiking trail. Early that morning I had seen a guacho rounding up the horses on the hill behind the refugio. Finally we get to Chileno, the first stop in the walk, another mountain refugio which ...
11 December 2014
This is our first trekking day. We slept quite ok even the fact that the strong wind was keep up going over the night. Today there is even more wind as yesterday. We have to deal with a wind speed of 83 km/h, which is classified in level red. I checked with a guide of yesterday if it is save to start the trekking. It is possible to start but we should be a very very careful as the wind can knock us down to the ground. With this ...
... a forest. There was a really bad fire a few years ago so the landscape is now covered in burnt trees. It’s actually really cool looking but no one on the bus wanted to stop and take pictures, so I couldn’t get any. I was also in one of the worst seats on the bus because I was the last one to get there, after being left behind in town. The bus had two seats on one side, one seat on the other, and then a seat folded down ...
We caught the bus up the Western coast, entering Chile. The journey was great as there was so much wildlife to watch-there are alpaca's that are farmed and emus. We got to see some gauchos farming in action with hundreds of sheep all covering the road that they were rounding up and trying to move past us and then had to get a ferry which involved spotting seals and whales. Just to make me nervous, at the ...