Hotel Los Navegantes
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We said farewell to the milodon on the roundabout at the entrance to Puerto Natales and headed back south. The road was quiet, so quiet we had time to notice the very fancy bus shelters and flag trees.
We passed a large herd of cows being driven alongside the road.
On the way up, we saw this unusual rock ill at odds with the vast, rolling …
So finally after the disappointment of the Falklands we get to be up close and personal with penguins. We arrived in Puntas Arenas this morning and went on a trip to a place called Otway Sound. Here we got the chance to spend some time with Magellan Penguins. These wonderful birds nest in burrows on the ground, and then raise their chicks until ...
... it does not bring about completeness. A mind that has merely been trained is the continuation of the past, and such a mind can never discover the new. That is why, to find out what is right education, we will have to inquire into the whole significance of living.
To most of us, the meaning of life as a whole is not of primary importance, and our education emphasizes secondary values, merely making us proficient in some branch of knowledge. Though knowledge ...
... counter and attempted to phone the number on the sign above the desk. It didnīt work- maybe because I still havenīt learned how to properly dial numbers in Chile… Regardless, after an hour of waiting there was still no one at the Avis stand so we decided to jump ship on our reservation with them and see if one of the other companies had an SUV to rent to us at an exorbitant price for our 11 day journey through Patagonia.
Luckily the woman at ...
... a long way from town.)
We drove back through Punta Arenas and then headed down the Ruta 9 - this route is the southern most Ruta National on the American continent. It finishes at Faro san Isidro, a lighthouse, a few miles short of Cabo Froward or Cape Froward, which is the southernmost point on the American mainland. Originally we thought we might drive all the way down, but wimped out when the road became flooded ...