Hotel Martin Gusinde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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We picked up our hire car which was a nice American Gas gulper It took a good hour at the car rental place to do all the paperwork including some stuff so we had the permits to travel into Argentina later in the week to visit the ice glazier park. I never seen such a desolate place we drove for 3 hours on the straitest roads I've ever seen at a constant 100 k peer hour into a force 7 ...
... s run by a bunch of guys from Oregon. They had a sign for the Oregon Sea lion caves above the bar, which given this was the windiest and rainiest point of our bike riding didn't bode well... The hiring was getting expensive, so we cooked up our own food for the entire three day trip and would be relying on our bike rucksacks. Although circulation to our arms may get cut off, at least our stuff would be dry. The sun was out when our bus approached the park and the famous ...
... the bars etc were closed, so we spent a night eating the unhealthiest dinner consisting of different snacks (French fries, peanuts, cheese cubes followed by dulce de leche pancakes) and got out of there as quickly as we could the next morning, driving back down to Bariloche, only stopping for lunch at Villa Traful having the best meal of the trip so far, which surprisingly was not even steak but local trout in an almond ...
... hand in front of my face. So I moved departure back to dawn, 6.00 am. Problem 2, we have gorged breakfast this week to fuel our walking. Without it, our legs were heavy and our pace slow. Problem 3, the Torres were shrouded in cloud. Then the big one - the walk up to The Torres involved a 500m ascent over about 4 km. It was brutal. Tempers frayed as we struggled up the hill. But we got there. We walked into Valle de ...
... leave for the 270km trip through endless windswept pampa to the next town, Puerto Natales. On paper we could make it with a huge ride on the second day. However, the windguru wind forecast looked dreadful, a direct headwind, gusting up to 52knots for the next 4 days. Whilst the superstore manager was trying to chuck us out as they we're closing for Siesta I chucked a bag of last minute extra pasta and sauce in to the shopping, for an emergency. Turned out to be another one ...