Hosteria Casa De Piedra
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHosteria Casa De Piedra Trevelin
Excellent stay at Casa Piedra, lovely room, very quiet and good breakfasts.
Thank you to our hosts
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Have spent a wonderful day in Trevelin at Capilla Bethel for a Cymanfa Ganu to celebrate St David's Day, singing in both Welsh and Spanish!
Then a huge afternoon tea, put on by the Welsh community to celebrate 150years since the first Welsh families arrived in Patagonia
Gwyn hasn't spoken so much Welsh for years and even my Welsh is improving!!
It took us 11 hours today but somehow we managed to pass the time. Slept loads, listen to music, chatted etc. Great views…… J was started to feel better towards the end and managed to eat some tuna pasta. Oh did I mention that it was our first bush camp. Yikes….. Gulp!!!
Ok, so it was pretty amazing really… never thought I would say ...
Was a rush to get my money’s worth of breakfast & get
the 8.30 bus to La Balsa, the Argentinian side of the border and the river Futalefu.
The bus was waiting to take us to the Chilean border close by and then onto Futalefu
some 3km from the river it is named after – the Espolon river runs closer to town!
Futa or Fu, is a small village that unfortunately does not
have a VISA ATM though was able to change my ...
... 7 a shot for tea, scones, sarnie, & cake. No Welsh cheddar or other
cheese so gave it a miss – can get a big juicy steak for that sort of money!
Hotels similarly overpriced and the only hostel had closed
down. Tourist office told me the town was full for some football match &
sent me to some cabanas miles out of town despite what they were told – went
back to the place in the centre that was £5 more.
... count. A minivan waited on the otherside of the boarder to ferry us onward to Futaleufu, we just didn't have any money to pay him.... He was understanding enough and once we arrived in town he let us run over to the bank to withdraw some money then come back. That's when our problems developed a whole new depth. The only bank in town didn't accept foreign cards. In fact, we were now told, the nearest place for a foreigner to withdraw was Puerto Montt (13 hours ...