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Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas
... and then steak from beef raised on the farm. His cattle are crossbreed Hereford/Angus so Silvio is thrilled we are from Aberdeen. He cooks the steaks in front of us on a wooden fire. Luscious, although Kathleen still won't accept they are better than El Mirasol in Buenos Aires. Then we finish off with home made creme caramel.
Despite his funny hat and eccentric appearance Silvio is no country bumpkin. He talks with passion about nature. He wants to go to India ...
... so it was harder work getting back and we did not see the sunset, but it had been a fantastic day and I would recommend to anyone staying in Puerto Varas. Our guide, a German lad who worked at the hostel (can't remember his name) was typically German in ordering us about, but had been great fun. An excellent day! We did not get back to the hostel till 9pm, cooked dinner, did not eat until at least 10.30pm and then started on the wine! After such a ...
... and crackers. Back at the hotel with our wine in the fridge to chill we did some forward planning for the rest of our trip whilst admiring the view of the lake at of our window as the sun finally broke through before tucking in to our culinary delights and watching a film. Early night ready for our 7am pickup for our flights to San Pedro. Nav ...
... arranged before our bus journey we arrived at Paula's nice little bungalow. Paula is a 23yr old Hotel Manger at a really swanky hotel only about 200m away. She had a dog named Anay who she'd rescued as a puppy from a supermarket a few months before. Alice was in heaven, and I even took a liking to her.
Over to Alice- Paula was lovely, so friendly and chilled out she let us stay for 5 nights instead of 2! Anay was amazing, she looked like a ...
... about an hour. All three of us were craving empanadas and we asked the reception at our hotel where to get the best! He recommended Café Danes where we had baked and fried meat empanadas and humita, something similar to a tamale. The food was delicious yet again!
Now we are back in our hotel room, getting ready to depart Puerto Varas tomorrow. We will be going back to Santiago and then leaving for Easter Island on ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting