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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... all the way from Buenos Aires about 4000 kilometres north. You
really have reached the end of the road here. We had been very lucky with the
weather and there had been no wind and no rain which is exceptional for down
here. We again went out with the group for dinner to an even more expensive
restaurant but the BBQ Argentinean meat is awesome and the wine isn’t too bad
... minutes.Now that Ladies and Gents is is an example of how a courteous customer approach receives maximum benefit from a company who guard their reputation.How often is it the case when either the belligerent actions and communication of the customer or the business can cause antagonism and delay.Both parties have a role to play and I guess that role is called effective management.Take out the emotion,engage the brain and it all works out.
So I am here safe and sound ...
... an information center, but as this office was closing, we were directed to another one around the corner. We needed a map and directions to a supermarket, the cellular store, Moviestar, to finally set up Jonathan's Argentinian phone, and to Tierra Del Fuego National Park where we planned to spend the next few nights. We were informed that all places of business would be closed the next day due to an organized national strike, a country-wide calling for help to stop the ...
I started my day by waking up early to try and see if i could get on a bus (although i had no ticket) but had no success. So i got back and stared tuckering into the stale bread that the hostel served for breakfast and then tried to catch up a little on my blogsI headed out to town and finally booked a bus to Puerto Natales in Chile where a few guys were waiting for me ...
... arriving. In the town of Tolhuin we stopped at the town's favourite bakery and bought some pastries and chocolate.
Colin asked some of the locals on any good spots to camp and they all suggested the nearby forest. Just out of town we were in the forest and not before long we found a small opening which also had a small hut set up by the army from what we could make out. Dinner of chilli con carne was reheated as it needed to be cooked prior to us passing ...