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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... Wherever you are in the town, the perfectly peaky volcano rises up ahead of you and is especially beautiful at night when the moon shines high above it. The town, although very close by, is a far cry from Puerto Montt's dirty and busy streets, much more relaxed and cleaner than its polluted neighbour. It's a popular holiday destination and the shore front is full of shiny, new, expensive restaurants and cafes. We found ourselves an almost empty but ...
... Robin was able to get the sole of his boots reglued to their uppers - just as well given our later wet weather! The fronts had got rather like open duck's beaks. We also booked ferry tickets for the last sections of the Austral Highway.
The next day - 4 March - onward to Puyuhuapi - knowing that the road closed for roadworks at 1pm. We thought we had it sussed - until we got another rear flat - the tube gave up and we had to resort to the narrower one that Robin ...
... pleasantly warm in Puerto Varas and we were able to walk around comfortably with just a hoodie. We wandered around the centre looking for money exchanges (we need to get Argentinian Pesos before going back over the border again), but they were all closed. The supermarket was open though so we managed to buy some breakfast stuff and snacks.
We dropped the shopping off at the hostel and walked down the ...
... on our hike in Torres del Paine as a light and cheap option to waterproof our mitts as our gloves were soaking midway through the hike. I'm sure our porters will get a kick out of that. After a quick lunch at the end of our hike on the shores of Emerald Lake (aka Lago Todos los Santos) in Vincent Perez Rosales National Park, we stopped by the waterfalls of the Petrouhue river. The water was so clear and so blue (so you know ...
... I was in a photo session as one by one they wanted to have their photo taken with the English man tucking their arms under mine! I taught them to say “cheese” and they all laughed and kept repeating it over and over! One girl came over to me and said..
“My teacher loves you” at which the poor woman turned bright red but still wanted the photo ! I then took a big group shot of them all and said I would put it on the blog at which there was great ...