Cabanas Cerro Torre
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... of the collective noun for llamas we settled on "Dalai") and the whistle stop at a remote and historic hotel on the banks of a fast flowing river where Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid took refuge for a month in 1905 before fleeing to Chile. The town itself is rather unremarkable being a crude assemblage of buildings ranging from small fibro houses and log cabin style restaurants through to larger modern hotels and everything in ...
... There,s a few places around town that accept credit cards for food etc, so with luck it will all work out! Walking to hostel, I run into the Americans that I went to Mylodon Cave with at Puerto Natales. They were doing the Torres del Paine trek at the same time as us but from the other direction. One of them suffered heat exhaustion while doing that trek and had a night where she was quite ill. I had run into them on that trek as well and noticed she was looking a ...
Finally a lay in…. I really needed it. So we decided to go for waffles with a group of peeps. Lovely stuff. It was a very chilled breakfast. After that Karl, Jacques and myself chilled at the hostel. I wrote the blog and then we decided to go for a walk to the end of town to take some photos. Weather was good so had to make the most of it. It was so interchangeable. Windy, ...
... stops half way and you have pay for accommodation before you continue. So in the end we decide for a bus, which leaves on Tuesday. It is an overnighter and we swap buses once. This company actually takes credit cards, but today MasterCard does not work, only Visa and when we try to pay with Visa it somehow does not connect either. We end up paying with some of our last Dollars that we have left.
On the way back we look for another hostel for the extra 2 days. We settle ...
... 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 ...