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 …
Waking up Saturday morning and looking outside was a real treat. We sailed through the Messier Channel and had some amazing views of the Chilean fjords. We saw thousands of sooty shearwaters flying just above the water. We also saw dolphins and seals. The most beautiful thing we saw today was the Tempanos Glacier. Just wow! On Sunday the weather was much better. Bright and sunny and the views today were something impossible to describe . We'll let the pictures do the talking ...
... a Sunday too, there wasn't exactly hundreds on the prom. Just a few hardy fools, like ourselves, braving the elements.
At one end of the bay we could see a ship with four mats rotting away. The promenade, like that at Ushuaia, is full of public works such as an outdoor gym. We'd seen one of these before in Antofagasta and commented that it was too hot there to use. The problem was the ...
An early start for the long journey back to Punta Arenas. We had to leave the hostel
before breakfast to make our 8am bus which of course was late leaving. We knew
what was ahead having travelled this route in reverse only less than a week
ago. As we crossed the Magellan Strait in the car ferry it was a thrill to ...
... Strait but about 65 kilometres away. This isolated spot was even windier than
town and it’s amazing that the penguins can survive this harsh environment.
These were Magellan penguins and at this time of year they are waiting for
their eggs to hatch. The numbers here because of the impact of humans through
massive tourist numbers has reduced the colony from 10000 to around 300 in 10
years. We only spent about ...