RTW 2005 travel blog

Torres del Paine

Desde Salto Grande

Salto Grande

Zapatitos de la vírgen

Lago Pehoé

Cruzando el Lago Pehoé

Cuernos del Paine

Sendero Grey

Sendero Grey

Sendero Grey

Glaciar Grey

Glaciar Grey

Sendero Grey

Glaciar Grey

Glaciar Grey

Glaciar Grey

Glaciar Grey

Glaciar Grey

De camino al Campamento Italiano

De camino al Campamento Italiano

De camino al Campamento Italiano

De camino al Campamento Italiano

Nos llovió por la noche y una de mis botas se mojó...

Mucho barro...

Cargado hasta las cejas...

Lago Nordenskjöld

¡Para mi suegro!

Lago Nordenskjöld

Lago Nordenskjöld

Super Mario Bros

Travesía por el Lago Nordenskjöld

Lago Nordenskjöld

Flora

Flora

Cóndores andinos

Puente

Frutos del bosque

De camino a la base de las Torres del Paine

De camino a la base de las Torres del Paine

De camino a la base de las Torres del Paine

De camino a la base de las Torres del Paine

De camino a la base de las Torres del Paine

De camino a la base de las Torres del Paine

Torres del Paine

Torres del Paine

En las Torres del Paine

Torres del Paine

Ventisca en las Torres del Paine

Gauchos

Flora

Vistas desde el sendero de Torres del Paine

Haciendo un bien merecido té

Un bien merecido descanso

Últimas imágenes de Torres del Paine

Últimas imágenes de Torres del Paine

Últimas imágenes de Torres del Paine

Peluquería en casa

Puerto Natales

Puerto Natales

Volviendo a la infancia


¡¡¡Hola!!!

We are in Chile now, just for four days, but in Chile anyway. We came all the way to Puerto Natales in order to trek for three days in the National Park Torres del Paine. We have now come back from our adventure and we are so knackered that we can't even write. It's been extremely beautiful, but extremely hard as well. We have walked 67Km. in three days and most of the time we were carrying our backpacks, camping tent and sleeping bags along with us while it rained. We can no longer feel our feet, but our minds are full of the most wonderful images of nature, such as the majestic Torres del Paine with that beautiful green lake at their base while snow fell in all directions covering the sky and two Andean Condors flew over our overwhelmed little heads.

This time, pictures aren't as good as the real thing... the weather didn't help much, but you can still sense how magic it was, I hope.

We are back in Puerto Natales now, enjoying the luxuries of having a bed, a shower and a kitchen, and greatly enjoying the company of Anita, her son Christian and her husband. We stayed at their home, where we had a hairdresser's right outside our bedroom's door, so convenient!

See you back in Argentina,

Idoia & Mikel.

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