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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... machete on the floor did not alarm us - part of the necessary equipment when travelling in Chile. Turned out we knew the passenger in the van - he was the owner of the eco-camping where we had stayed a couple of nights back. He had been out with his friend to assess some land which he is hoping to buy and turn into another campsite. The paving of the Carretera Austral will certainly mean that accessing this beautiful part of the world will be ...
... you. I do not know how else to describe the pristine and spectacular beauty we witnessed.
The Torres del Paine National Park is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna and UNESCO has designated it a World Biosphere Reserve. The main attraction of the park is hiking and camping. You may have heard of the hiking routes - the “W” which takes 4-5 days and the “Circuit” which takes 7-10 days ...
... nimmt. Christian hatte seine Wanderschuhe an unserem Schlafplatz vergessen, so dass er nun die folgenden Wanderungen in Turnschuhen machen musste. Der Wanderweg führte durch dschungelartigen Wald und zog sich ein wenig hin. Am Anfang geht es steil nach oben, später wird's dann aber wieder einfacher. Es waren relativ viele Leute hier, so dass man sich am Aussichtspunkt etwas durchboxen musste.
Nach dem Wandern fuhren wir nach Puerto Cisnes, wo man am ...
... He was heading to the junction at the top road. Perfect, a ride for 12km, we gladly hopped on the back of his pick up. Our tails were up, positivity was high and we felt that the next ride was just around the corner. Sadly, car-flow dried up quickly and as the hours ticked by, moral began to drop. A rough day on the road loomed. Hunger set in on the 5 hour mark, the wind howled and the clouds darkened. My 'Venn Group Voice' was telling me to stay positive, but ...
... altitude sickness, which makes it feel even more
of an achievement.
Taking a ten hour bus further south, we arrived at Puerto Varas for a one night stop over before boarding our ferry to Patagonia. Puerto Varas is a pretty small town set on lake Llanquihue, very reminiscent of affluent ski towns in the Alps, with wooden chalet style buildings. We ate
miniature ceviche with Vino blanco by the lake, soaking up the incredible views of the Lake ...