Quincho Country Home
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... some bananas and 2 bottles of wine. Because its nice to have drink while on a boat in such an amazing national park around us. After shopping we went back to the hostel where we had dinner and mojitos. Lots of them. I remember playing with a cat which didn't like me and considering a smoke. Unfortunately I did smoke, but it didn't taste good at all and I wasn't really happy about it but then, I was drunk. Very ...
... home on Friday, and we're both conscious this is our last day together for quite a while.
We spend the day exploring. Peru and Bolivia have two seasons: wet and dry. Seasons in Pucon and Puerto Varas can be similarly split, into 'high' and 'low'. It's quiet here given the time of year, but despite our obvious tourist-ness, we are not hassled by salespeople looking to get us signed up to a hike or staying in their hostel (Alfonso, our Argentinian host, later explains that ...
... the angle at which we were standing we could only see about one quarter of the stage, but it was enough to appreciate Figaro as he beautifully belted out his lines to Figaro's Aria.
There was actually quite a cool atmosphere up there amongst the ranks of the standing audience. We were free to take photos, walk around, sit on the floor and pretty much do whatever we wanted without getting any evil eyes or shushh's. Sibling took on the roll of ...
... Johnston and Laynni Locke expressed an unreasonable amount of excitement last week at the prospect of a enjoying their rented Chevrolet Spark. Despite the clear limitations of the tiny, bulbous American car, the pair of tourists were clearly envisioning a much more thrilling adventure than such a vehicle was equipped to provide. When pressed, they admitted that it was as much the change of venue they were looking forward to as the promise of the open road and ...
... a bit further I picked up food and headed back to the house, spending the evening instead chatting to the little old lady as I cooked and ate and as she made gooseberry jam. Friday morning I got up early and headed on a collectivo to Puerto Varas, I had intended to explore around Puerto Montt but it was cloudy and grey. Puerto Varas in contrast was sunny and warm, I had left behind the Pacific ocean and instead found myself on lake llanquihue. After being ripped off in a ...