Hotel Martin Gusinde
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... An early start at 8:30 am and off to learn what had become of the Ruta 40. The ripio has nearly all gone. Just 80 km before Tres Lagos and it is being prepared for sealing. Another 60 km later as we took a short cut south and missed Esperanza (stayed on Ruta 40 and the ripio to save some 65 km distance). No dramas, fine weather and less wind than last time. Into PN by soon after 5 pm - just 1 hour getting across the border at Rio ...
... i hot drinks and some food, The eating area is packed with hikers of every nationality, many large packs stacked up outside, hiking poles and boots! It has started a light rain so we stay for a while drinking a hot chocolate waiting for the weather to clear a little.If the clouds stay low we wont see Las Torres. But we are in luck and head off again with skies clearing. The hike becomes more beautiful, we are in Lenga forest, it looks a little like bonsai pine trees, ...
... we started our first day. We left our camp site Mountain Lodge Paine Grande to refugio & camping Lago Grey. We are happy that we are not carrying our luggage but only our self as it will be a trip of 11km, +/- 4h one way, mostly mountain up. We checked in at the administration office and there we go with our poles! We never used these sticks before and we have thought we would not need these sticks. But we are so happy that we have ...
... aisle. Of course, that’s the one I was on. And I was in the aisle seat at the front, so I had to wait for every other person to get on the bus before I could get on so I wasn’t blocking anyone’s way. It was just ridiculous. I did meet a nice group of Mexican students on the bus though, so they made the bus ride much more bearable.
We stopped for lunch near the waterfall at a small cafe where I overpaid ...
... the sniffer dog picked my bag out of the whole bus load to be checked so it had to be searched by some serious Chilean men who kept asking if I was carrying fruit... Not drugs or weapons but fruit! And I wasn't. But the dog had in for me! (He was actually cute and we had a little play) Puerto Nalatas is tiny but we've already found some great food places. The best being a place called Afrigonia where of course ...