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TravelPod Member ReviewsBosque Nativo Valdivia
Excellent hostel. Lovely wooden building with good communal area and kitchen. Large double room with en-suite, great shower. Super breakfast: fresh juice, good coffee, cereal, yoghurt, toast, cake. Friendly staff and very well maintained, clean building. Good location close to city centre.
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Valdivia is the seat of German culture in Chile and the most important university town in the south of the country. This has led to the winning formula of atmospheric bars and great beer. The weather continued to be a bit miserable so a boat cruise to visit nearby forts was unappealing. Instead we located 'La Ultima Frontera', a bohemian cafe-bar …
... Reserve – going into Valdivia we cross the Cutipay river –
how can you not love that name?
Anyway the road goes circuitously up then finally onto the
far headland after another 7km – too far, together with the return leg, to
attempt given the lateness of the day.
Resigned to whipping up some hand shaken pisco sours &
chilling out by the wood burner out of the fine sleet that came down later.
... if thats a word). Thanks for keeping me busy guys! Its nice hearing German or English again :).
And today finally has been interesting again.
First we went to the local market next to the river (as in me and sr. Ramos). He had to buy some seafood (scallops? sorry :D no idea when it comes to anything meaty or fishy) there.
You won't believe me but a kilogram of (maybe) scallops is actually less than one Euro. ...
... my host mother was telling me the other days I need to do my bed myself – tragedy :'( )
She started speaking to me in such a quick Spanish I just stood there and felt like she was speaking Chinese (yeah I know I should understand that too ;) ).
She must have noticed my face though and limited her sentences to one word.
Yaaaaaayyyyy I got that, I speak Spanish!!
So, even though I was told ...
What a pleasant drive from Huilo Huilo to Valdivia, what a great time, seeing the countryside of Chile. It is a stretch of forests and green fields. The land is lush with greenness, the wooden cabins here and there, with bright colours, humble and beautiful.
You may wonder sometimes why there are so many bus stops on the road, though! You might find a remote house, perhaps a lodge or a farm, and there's a ...