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Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas
... between our legs, we booked ourselves onto the next flight from Esquel to Buenos Aires.
We had some time to kill in Esquel and decided to make a quick visit to the ex-Welsh colony town of Trevelin. This was a town of dirt roads and tumbleweeds. Cute, but quieter than a choir of shy church mice. Later that afternoon we were on our way to Buenos Aires.
Patagonia's weather and transport system had got the better of us. But we got some ...
... l, 24 year old IT specialist from Santiago, was asked to explain why he thought it would be tempting for these holidaying families and hard-working locals to allow him to sully their expensive vehicles with the noodle-stained shorts hanging loosely below his ass or his dusty guitar case smelling pungently of cannabis, he coughed briefly, absent-mindedly dug something from his nose and furtively wiped it on his sleeve, then blinked a number of times in rapid ...
... our starting point we managed to have a peaceful lunch by the lake without insects, we then decided to go on one of the shorter tours of the lake which was beautiful and cheered us both up! When we got back to puerto Varas it was still early stop we got a bus to frutilla which was only half an hour away. The town was set off the edge of the lake and pretty, we wandered along the beach stopping for delicious home made ice cream complete with an amusing dog. We had seen him ...
... was originally the fort that was built her in 1770 - we can feel safe with the bronze canons below us. This is similar to the lodges that are built within our National Parks.
Here are some pictures of the birds we saw today on our boat ride out to the Punihuil Wildlife Preserve. We went out to three small islands off the coast to the spring nesting sites and we stopped at several sites along the highway to view birds.
... 8211; though even after Googling, we’re still not much wiser (we think he’s a local artist who collects stuff and then let’s people into his house for free!) As the weather clears in the afternoon, we can also see the volcanoes around us – and it turns out we can see three of them from our hotel room, which is unexpected and nice!
We’ve got three full days in town so we arrange to head out one day on a tour to see the area properly ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking