Hostal Tren del Sur
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Tren del Sur Puerto Montt
comfortable hostel, nice design. Bit noisy and WIFI didn't work well.
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... pretty short but nice. Again would have been much prettier if could see volcano and last viewpoint wasn't closed due to workmen there but was still nice. Got bus and got back into PV around 6.30 and wandered round shops looking for clothes for hiking. Ended up just getting some champion leggings which were expensive but when got to pay they rang up cheaper - 23,000 to 16,000 - nice! Back to hostel and starving! Tried to speak to mum but ...
... 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.
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... bottom of the river but the trees adapted and now float without their roots attached to the bottom. They float up and down as the river level changes with the seasons. The floating forest stretches for many kilometres along the river. Silvio has made a narrow pathway through the trees which he takes you through to get to part of the river which is open. You have to lie in the bottom of the boat to duck under the overhanging branches. Downstream Silvio punts the boat so you are ...
... hour later we were shocked about the weather change as we left hot and sunny weather in Santiago and were now seeing gray foggy skies and everyone seemed to be wearing sweaters and jackets. Poor Rafael and Diego just had the clothes on their backs; shorts, T-shirts and flip-flops. Indeed it was “refreshing” when we left the bus station and headed down the street to find the Metro and after a couple of blocks Diego decided to check with a police ...
... Laguna Verde, before driving back to our hostel in Puerto Varas. It was a great day and we were very lucky with the weather with blue sky and sunshine making the landscape even more dramatic. That evening, we picked up some food from the supermarket and cooked a nice dinner, relaxing in the warm hostel, chatting to Ricardo. As our last full day wih sparky the hire car the next day, we decided to make the most of it an head a little further afield to somewhere it is ...