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... del Paine in Puerto Natales. Most of the hikes can be done in one day without camping, and the entire national park's trails, are free! After the talk we decided on doing the fitzroy hike tomorrow which would be an all day affair. We got a map and familiarised ourselves with the park, and the town which led to us finding a nice hostel- Pioneros del Valle.
It may as well have been a hotel with the amount of security there was which was great. Once we settled in, we ...
... what is now Indonesia/Malaysia; 250 men left Spain on five ships, only 18 returned on one (the Victoria); the world was three times bigger than anyone realised (they thought it would take a few months but it took over two years); the voyage discovered the Pacific Ocean and it is called that because of them (it was an ocean of pacified winds); since the 18 men that made it were the first to go around the world, they were also the first ...
... hostel we headed up to the two viewing points above the town, Mirador de los condores and Mirador de las aguiles. We saw neither condors nor eagles as it happens but it was a pretty handy hike and when the clouds allowed it, the view of the Fitz Roy and Cerro Torre was beautiful. We still had a bit of energy left after that so we went off out the other side of the town to see a waterfall. A nice warm up for the days ahead. We found a lovely little bar/restaurant called La ...
... forecast, wildlife to look out for, treks to embark on and a detailed map too. An informative and pleasant welcome indeed! After picking up out luggage, Tasha turned to me with dread in her eyes as we stumbled towards our hostel, La Comarca, 'a cardboard box with boarded up windows', as Tash described it. (I'd booked this hostel, so the pressure was on for decent digs). With a simple ledger and pencil to organise their guest-list, it's a rugged, old-school approach that's adopted ...
... We then decided to continue on for another thirty minutes to Mirador Aguilas. It was a flat trail in between two hills and sheltered from the strong winds up to the viewpoint which revealed the Viedma Lake at the end. We took some time for photos and to sit and appreciate the view.
To warm up we stopped for a coffee in town where we ran into Mike and Lia. After only an hour the weather had really turned and you could barely stand up outside due ...