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O'Higgins 1235, Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Punta Arenas

Puerto Natales

A travel blog entry by mersonjames


... cloudy and you can see nothing. After a couple of hours we arrive at Puntas Arenas airport. I have never been this far south. Next stop is the Antartic. We are met by a guide and driver and set off back north to stay the night at Puerto Natales. Our guide says the journey time will depend on the weather. As there is a blue sky overhead this is hard to understand. She explains that it depends how windy it is. On the walk to the car we can see what she means. It is a bit gusty ...

Love Me Tender

A travel blog entry by vwuertz


... 4 tender trips for those counting—and reboard the ship. What a day. A history lesson in the morning and the chance to see penguins in the afternoon. Would we return to Punta Arenas? Probably not. If we were to return to this part of the world, we’d go to Ushuaia first. That’s not say we won’t return here—we did rub the toe of the Indian. We have two days of glaciers and then a sea day. Our last port of call is Puerto Montt on Friday. ...

Punta Arenas

A travel blog entry by rivkapi


... then the farmers. The Selknams were tall and not-violent. They had big feet, pata in Spanish-from here came the name Patagonia. They used to hunt guanacos, but when the Sheeps came - they hunted them, as it was easier. The farmers just ask to kill the natives, paying a lot to the killers. Sheeps were worthier than human beings! No survivers of the tribs - only photoes taken by a priest and some objects. This happaned during the ...

End of the World

A travel blog entry by -ninavale-


... tropical beach in Brazil, the temptation to lighten our luggage by throwing some useless stuff at sea has been strong. Now it no longer seems so stupid to have put a windbreaker and a fleece in our backpacks and we do not curse our foresight: without that pair of extra clothes, we would have already froze at the airport.
Punta Arenas has a kind of an end of the world feeling attached to it, and not just for the southerly wind that freezes our bones; a short walk around the ...

Sorry girl, but I don't know what's your name

A travel blog entry by kodatravels


... br> It is true that in the tail of the turtle and the rabbit, even though the rabbit is much faster the turtle wins, in our case it was impossible to "Win" on our way to the bar. Mya, another girl, and three Chilean boys where miles ahead leaving us two in the dust. I couldn't care less
to tell you the truth being exhausted and all, and the fact that we were talking in Hebrew enjoying our slow stride through the city's streets was quite pleasant seeing we were ...


This inn, located on O'Higgins 1235, Punta Arenas, is near Fort Bulnes and Munoz Gamero Square.
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