Hotel Martin Gusinde
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... chocolate cheerios and drank some appalling weak coffee.The hotel sits on a high ledge affording the splendid views and a phone call in the lobby is from the tour guide asking me to wait on the road down the hill.In the van I am faced with a small party of Chilean nationals on their vacations and my guide introduces himself as Julien. My understanding of Spanish ,through the ear at least has improved dramatically,almost as though someone turned on a switch in my brain and ...
... the view point for the towers, now this is not an easy hike by any stretch but it was fun and as luck would have it, it snowed on us. Nothing heavy but just enough to really knock our socks off and remind us where we were and what we were doing. Scrambling up the rocks we ran into a guy from the ferry, a quick chat and a selfie later we were back on our way up. Sadly the towers were covered in fog the sun had not yet managed to disperse them and with the snow falling we ...
... the bus driver stopped for the toilet or something but everyone started getting off the bus and stared coming back with food. If i had just looked out the front window, i would have realised that we had nothing but water in front of us. We were waiting for a ferry.
Hours passed, during which i made friends with a german couple, an american couple and a girl from france, so we all passed the time together. Lucky for us the ferry finally arrived, but i had ...
... 8217;ve told...”. They explored the world long before backpacking was cool, or in some places, even possible. They lived in Mexico City and India, in Santiago de Chile, Argentina, Indonesia and who knows where else. The time on the Ferry wasn’t enough to listen to all their stories. Back in Germany and already a grandfather, Dierk wrote a book and I’m gonna get that somewhere: “Al Andar Se Hace Camino – Stationen einens langen Lebens” It’s in German.
... nervous on first glance and in all truthfulness, was still a bit nervous when we ended a few hours later. The Gauchos were about as authentic as it gets. They didn't speak a lick of English, even "ok " seemed to stump them, and while this normally wouldn't be a problem for me as I would converse in Spanish, I am finding the Chilean Patagonian dialect a bit of a challenge! The horses seemed in good shape but the tack was interesting. No halters, bridles, or reins and in some cases, no ...