Hotel Martin Gusinde
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... are so cute. We reconnect with the car and drive to the refugio where we check in and are given warm comfy beds in a 6 bed dorm, later filled with French middle aged travellors, mixed genders. Theres a lot of small tents in the nearby camping area and quite a lot of people in the refugio which is large, has a dining room where they serve breakfast and dinner, even a bar for alcohol. The meals are very basic and generally seem to consist of a slab of some kind of meat ...
early breakfast it was back to the bus terminal. This time we were travelling
with the group across the border to Puerto Natales which is in Chile and is the
gateway tourist town to the famous Torres del Paine National Park. The border
crossing was at 2 separate locations and took a fair while to get through. ...
... off, since he felt he went up and down a lot more hills in the first part of the marathon than he had imagined he would. Regardless, there were enough hills for Katie’s liking in her half of the marathon, and no map would have prepared her for the reality of it all. Thankfully, the background of towering mountains, beautiful lakes, guanacos (Patagonian llamas) and emus gave enough motivation to keep the legs moving and the heart pumping. The sites ...
... were a beautiful turquoise colour. Seen against the milky grey water, the snow capped mountains and the dark grey beach they gleamed blue in the sunlight. Very lucky to have seen them as it is getting too hot and they will have melted away in two weeks time. Spent a lot of time just looking and absorbing the site. Trip back to hotel long and did not get in till 20.00hrs. Last Pisco,sour and then packing as we leave at another ungodly hour to go to ...
... a bright blue beret,sitting on a fine white Patagonian horse.A pack of about eight dogs of uncertain breed yap and bark amongst the cattle urging them on.
Everyone waves or toots their horns as we pass as if meeting vehicles on the road was a rarity.This part of Patagonia is sparsely populated and the little town of Puerto Natales is inhabited by less the 20 000 people.
Talking to Julien back in the Milodon caves,he says that this is his favorite time of ...