Posada Estancia Rio Verde

Address: Km 97 Ruta Y50, Punta Arenas, Patagonia, Chile | Ranch
 
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This ranch is located on Km 97 Ruta Y50, Punta Arenas.
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    Travel Blogs from Punta Arenas

    Journey to Puerto Natales

    A travel blog entry by laura_paddy on Feb 25, 2015

    3 photos

    We caught the same ferry back across the straight of Magellan and managed to get a few photos of the Commerson's dolphins that we saw last time. The second bus dropped us in Punto Arenas, our first taste of Chile, which although grey was a really nice little town. We found a pretty great restaurant for dinner, Paddy ate Guanaco, the beautiful llamas that we have been watching all week, and a delicious bottle of red helped the onward leg of the journey to Puerto ...

    Die letzten Tage in Patagonien

    A travel blog entry by diekleine on Feb 01, 2015

    2 comments, 20 photos

    ... dann mit der Pechsträhne auch mal vorbei, aber es ging noch weiter. Einen Tag vor unserem Abflug nahmen wir einen Bus nach Ushuaia. Wir waren eigentlich ganz gut in der Zeit, aber dann wurden wir alle an einer Bushaltestelle abgesetzt, wo wir auf unseren Anschlussbus warten sollten, der aber auf sich warten ließ. Letztendlich warteten wir ca. 3 Stunden hier. Zwischenzeitlich kochten wir uns ein paar Nudeln (gut wenn man seinen Campingkocher dabei hat.) Irgendwann kam dann doch der Bus ...

    Tierra del Fuego

    A travel blog entry by zal1981 on Jan 10, 2015

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    ... forest. I have grown to love one and hate the other. It was then I turned into my first real Patagonian headwind. The winds for the week since that moment have been between (I figure) 25 and 60 mph. But the thing about these winds is that they just won't stop. They remind me of me with what I think is a good anecdote: incessant. And continuing the analogy, there is just no place to hide from them, other than in the forest.

    The remainder of the day was spent struggling ...

    If the van's a'rockin...

    A travel blog entry by maxandross on Dec 07, 2014

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... weather staying good on our descent I was feeling really cold and sorry for myself again by the bottom. My boots were rubbing, my knees were sore and I was behaving like a ****, to put it politely. Ross again behaved like the adult to my petulant child and made dinner while I huffed about and shouted at the wind. I think I lost it a bit this night. The next morning, still feeling pretty ****** and emotional, Ross cheered me up a lot, especially when he suggested that we have a rest ...

    Letters in the Rain

    A travel blog entry by jamespatterson on Jul 14, 2014

    3 comments

    ... anyone who was an expert of such things. Away in Mexico, women freed themselves from the clutches of tradition. Close by in Brazil, Germany had defeated Argentina by one and Argentinians suffered for their affections. Now there was a story. Another sheet of paper. The future blows in on the Assinaboine breeze. You will enjoy the warm comfort of arriving home, he thought, passing through the open spaces where, generations past, Irish immigrants, after years of wanting to ...