Patagonia Pionera Hotel
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... Jahren fest an diesem Platz verweilen. Trotz des Windes konnte man gut die Rufe der Pinguine hören. Der Anblick solch großer, freilebender Pinguine war schon etwas sehr eindrückliches.Weiter ging es nun mit der Fähre zurück nach Punta Arenas. Während der Fahrt mit der Fähre fotografierten wir die Delphine die auf der Bugwelle der Fähre surften.
Als letztes "Highlight" fuhren wir noch zur Estancia San Gregorio. Diese Estancia ist eine der ...
... the hotel, was fitted for special boots we had to wear for landings in Antarctica and by 10:30 had nothing to do. With a day to kill in Punta Arenas, I wandered around the town THREE times all before noon. Yep it is that big! (Although they have a killer seafood market and a pretty awesome little cafe where I had a terrific cafe late.)
What struck me about Punta Arenas as I wandered around was how vastly different it was from not only Santiago, but other ...
... of digestion before bed. (Whatever happened to 6pm dining!) The 20 mtr pool is heated to 32• which is far too hot to do laps in but I did manage 8 or so. I had a short plunge in the outside juzzuchi which was cooled to about 29• by the wind but protected by the glass fence. The sauna was nice, but the steam room- well I opened the door & went no further fear of a massive BP drop, it must ...
... so we drive to a restaurant (we’ve seen an ad for this place this morning with a really good offer). It’s located close to the harbour so we go back there again. But the restaurant is closed. We go back to the city again. We park the car at the hostel and go to another restaurant (just to make something out of this awful day). The food is good, but very expensive.
The next day we go to Tierra del Fuego to see the king penguins. The ferry takes us and the car for ...
... food and clothes (not forgetting the 2 litres of wine for the bells). Neither of us had trekked with this amount of kit before nor had we actually been camping (unless T in the Park counts?!).
Day 1 - glorious sunshine! Result! In fact the weather held up for the entire trek, what a relief as clouds often obscure the views of the park and the winds can reach over 100mph. On the first day we were hiking up and down streams and rocks, our trekking poles ...