Los Cauquenes Resort & Spa
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We loaded the truck and continued south. After driving for a few hours, we arrived at a ferry crossing. We had to wait awhile for the ferry and once loaded it took about half an hour to cross. We heard that sometimes dolphins swim along side the ship so many of us went to look but it was to no avail. One of the ladies in the truck started talking to two local police officers about the abandoned estancia. We were curious why ...
... not great. Had more wine. So tired but Mckenzie had met nice guide on boat and had arranged to meet in Irish pub. Dropped bag back and saw Nathan msged me saying he'd arrived in Ushuaia and was stay in Cruz del sur too. He sent me photos from hike too. Totally don't understand him but chose to ignore msg for now, doesn't seem to wanna know then back on his own he msgs me! Rude!! Was super tired but went to Irish pub, super crowded. Got chatting to ...
... each. Not too bad!? Back I went to my muddy puddle (in the headwind) to fetch some filterable water. On the way back I got my first puncture of the trip. 1800 miles on appalling ripio without a puncture isn't bad! Luckily I was only 2 km from the shelter so carried on riding and fixed it out of the wind in the shelter. Now that my filter had been filtering salt water all the water now tasted of salt. We gave up and planners to find fresh water first thing in the morning. ...
... however made the sitting around rather relaxing . . . comfortable seats, a variety of ( free) food and drink, quiet surroundings and a notice of when to leave the seclusion for boarding. 17 Feb: Santiago, Chile. A VERY long flight. We arrived feeling creased, folded and exhausted. The hotel was directly opposite the airport so we didn't have far to go for a nap and shower. Norman recovered quickly and went for a walk but I stayed behind to catch up on ...
... 225;n is a psychologist and Camilo - a doctor; it seems that I am now prepared for every eventuality; ...we arrive at the campsite quite early - it is Lake Martillo; we have a wonderful view of the granite tower of Cerro Clem; ...my feet are soaked because of frequent stretches of mud on the way but we manage to light a small fire and dry my socks; ...the night is quiet but it snows/hails all the time ...