EcoReserva Quelhue Lodge y Cabanas
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... was challenging, which is common for this time of year. In the lake below the Glacier there are huge blocks of glacier ice of the brightest blue, creating an ice field. The colour reflects that of the glacier lakes throughout Torres del Paine, which contain turquoise and emerald green waters of such beauty some donīt appear real.
After our first night camping, we spend the first full day hiking four hours back to the start of the trail and then three ...
... the Kepler, Queen Charlotte or the Whanganui in New Zealand but we had proper camp fires in this episode (plus a cheeky amount of Cointreau, Drambuie, Red wine and owt else we could lay our hands on to warm the cockles). Nearly suffocated at the shear amount of smoke inhalation like but it kept the cold away. Ben and Bea purchased a tent which was immediately christened the Mad Dog cos of the type of make it was. Looked like a giant banana ...
... that Patagonia has the heavley forested region known as the "Andean corridor of lakes."
The next day, I had to go buy some winter gear because Patagonia is so cold. On Thursday, I went to explore the Andean corridor of Lakes. I saw lots of condors near the water. Out in the distance, I saw three pumas. I turned on my camera to take a picture, but I forgot to turn off my flash and as I took the picture it disturbed the pumas who ...
... paraffin heaters which nearly intoxicated us all... a joyful place to be...
Another day trip followed... we were taken on a lakeside route where our guide took much pleasure in giving a full explanation of the area, itīs history and advising us that this lake was as big as Iran! Lama spotting, our first oficial sighting of Lamaīs and a hike to another waterfall - this one surround by rock formations and channels made by lava from the last volcanic ...
Entering town, I am very welcomed by the size of the town. Much more vegetation than built houses! For one whole month I will be able to enjoy life in the southern part of Chile where the wild ocean and unspoiled mountains reign! When I arrive to my new accomadation, I nearly fall over with happiness. Beyond charming and clean, I plop into the huge comfty bed and snuggle under the down comforter. ahhh..the life.