Estancia Cerro Guido
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Multilingual staff
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... entering Argentina on our third attempt.
Upon leaving Chile I was glad I had asked someone at the lunch stop if we needed to go to the Chilean customs station next door before heading on down the road. There were, of course, no signs and no indications that we needed to stop there. Just a Chilean flag and a long, gravel road, which I assumed led to Argentina. The four of us stopped in at the Chilean border crossing and I actually ...
... stopping by four glaciers along the Rio Serrano, in a catamaran, and decided the best alternative to Grey´s Lake.
The next day we rose pretty early, around 8, considering the sun went down around 11 PM the night before. The main thing I noticed most about our day´s excursion were the open aired zodiac that it was clear we were going to spend most of the day in. I think maybe the hotel´s excursion guide didn´t translate the word ...
... one of the most normal people I have met on this trip. His poor dad struggled a bit on the climb. Mike struggled more than my knees did on the downhills because of an old knee recon. Guides Sarah Our main coordinator. American expat. Knew a lot but also like to talk way too much. Very opinionated. Often told off and gave me a lecture if she caught me having a tiny bit of lactose. Lady it's my stomach. I will put what I want in it. Diego Nickname was something like ...
To make sure that we got the full gaucho experience in Pucon, our subsequent route to Patagonia was a little convoluted, with two buses, overnight stop in a bus station, taxi, flight and then hitching a lift with an American couple to arrive in Puerto Natales around 20 hours later. Puerto Natales is a small town in the south of Chile and is used as the jumping off point for the Torres del Paine national park, famous for its 'three horns/peaks' and numerous glaciers. Puerto Natales ...
... and plug sockets. We set up camp, had lunch, bumped into some people we met in Peru about 2 months previously and then headed off on the 7 hour return walk to see Grey Glacier.
The walk was fairly up and down but not too challenging (especially as we could leave our big bags at the campsite) and was made even better by bumping into Renee and Adam, an Aussie couple from our boat in the Galapagos, so we happily chatted to them for a couple of hours ...