23:30 - After choosing not to go walking today, the options were clear: do nothing all day or attempt to go horseriding. After breakfast, David, Linda and older Peter went off with Isabel and Toby to the harder walk to the base of the towers. 2 other couples went on an easier walk and were eventually joined and overtaken by Tina and her brother Peter. Me and Lisa wondered over to the hotel 15 minutes away from our lodge to ask about horseriding. When we got there we were told that all the guides were out and that we had to come back at 12.30. So we hang around the bar area, had tea and managed to use the computers normally reserved for guests of the hotel. Then we decided to have the lunch we had prepared for ourselves outside in the sunshine, so we climbed on a not challenging hill about 100 yards from the hotel. The views were glorious and all without the hard walking :-)! After the food we went back to enquire and we were then told to come back at 2.30...to cut a long story short, we also went to the stable and came back again later, but did not manage to get the riding organised. They really didn't seem to care for the business! What a shame. Still, we didn't have a bad day, and I rested. Which is not a bad thing. When we wondered back to the lodge Sue and Karen were reading out in the sunshine and Peter and Tina arrived soon afterwards. We baked in the sunshine for a while and I finally got to use the little solar panel charger with the Iphone for tomorrow as there is no electricity at the lodge. It works! And it's fairly fast. Charges the phone in about an hour. At 3sh we went back to the hotel for drinks and to wait for the remaining walkers to arrive. We had a chat, a laugh and a few drinks and so spent the remaing chilean pesos in our pockets as we will be crossing over to Argentina tomorrow at lunchtime. At 6sh the people from the hard climb arrived and we cheered as they had managed to go all the way to the end to the base of the towers. The pictures were pretty nice. I have forgotten Sunitta! She had left this morning on her boat tour and was due back not before 8 this evening. We rushed back for dinner but stopped at our sleeping quarters to finish off some wine in a carton that Sue and Peter had and the food that we won't be taking with us tomorrow: brie/pate/etc. Dinner was not great...pork with overcooked boiled rice. The vegetable soup was ok...can't wait to get back to civilisation! When we got back to the bunks and as I was showering, Sunitta arrived back. She had a great time and appreciated the wider seats on the transfer bus. No such comforts on our tight minibus tomorrow I fear! Tomorrow morning we leave for Calafate. And then we are in iceberg land.