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!!
So ML (Mary-Louise), Frida, Alex and myself decided on fruit for breakfast, then sausages in a bun for lunch and a chickpea pasta for dinner, it went down a treat. Remember we are on a budget guys. It’s such a good system though.
Back to New Year’s eve night time. The guys who owned the lodge cooked us lamb on a spit with all the salad ad ...
... it hurt less. Took two days of the week off (the ones that were supposed to be hiking / biking) and just hung out on the beach (see photos), but managed to still get all the rafting in, I just needed to always sit on the left so it was my left leg holding me in the boat!
Rafting day 2 - this was a long day, running two sections of the river. Terminator (first level 5) and bridge to bridge (lots of rapids including a number of ...
... to get shepherded by 3
sheepdogs to access the farmhouse to ask permission as, as many footpaths in
Chile it was fenced off – the dogs were friendly and the duena too, so
continued and scrambled down the steep slopes to try and get a decent view.
From there across the rickety suspension bridge to the main
road where I thumbed a lift to the Lago Espolon turnoff – 2km, mainly uphill
from there but saw a river bridge past ...
... came to create a New Wales bringing the language and the religion. All very surreal seeing very welshy items, and hymns and the national anthem being played throughout the museum. The top floor of the museum the hall was dedicated to tea, a huge collection of different sets of tea cups, tea pots, tin boxes with different brands. I had also loosely translated that the area wanted to co opt the Argentinian and Welsh flag together, presumably replacing the Inca sun of ...