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Our penultimate destination in Patagonia was Puerto Natales for one last trek - in the Torres Del Paine National Park - Chile. We expected this to be the toughest yet as the severe weather conditions are notorious for sending gringos home early. And, unlike the Inca Trail, we didn`t have a guide or a troop of porters to carry our gear and cook our meals.
We headed off on our 5 day adventure known as the "W" on Hogmany with 20kg each of ...
... heavily decorated French dining room, and wore the exact same dark suit, top hats, ridiculously curly mustache, canes, monocles, and Civil War beards. After equating all of the rooms in the basement to where the characters on Downtown Abbey would have lived and worked we then walked over to the cemetery. Not only because my mom strangely loves cemeteries, but because it was highlighted as an interesting visit in Punto Arenas. The cemetery also happened to be ...
We were sailing through the Chilean fjords both yesterday and today, but the weather yesterday was too bad for us to go outside to see much. This morning when we got up around 8:30 and looked outside, we sure were in the fjords and could see the mountains looming by our ship. The weather was still very cloudy, the deck was wet, so we're not sure what's ahead of us.
Went to Terry Bishop's lecture about Cape Horn at 10am - another very ...
... for a while. It turned out to be 2 1/2 hours! You can only stand watching staticy television in a foreign language for only so long. The waves looked rough from the portholes. I didn't see any other boats out there. At one point Roberto went outside and got majorly splashed on. I couldn't sleep since I've been sleeping throughout the whole bus ride. So being stuck on a boat wasn't the best experience. We ...
... of a nearby laneway. The room was minute but the hostel
was very quiet and the owner very friendly. We headed downtown to the wood fire
pizza shop we had eaten at last time we were here and again it was very good.
Then back to our hostel. We were really pleased it was nowhere near as windy as
the last time we were here.