Hostal Tren del Sur
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comfortable hostel, nice design. Bit noisy and WIFI didn't work well.
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After we left the ferry in Puerto Montt, we chilled out there for two days and Thomas got a badly needed haircut. I should actually get one too, but I have my issues trusting hairdressers whose names are not Massimo or Sebastian. God how I miss my hairdresser! And speaking of hairstyle – as for today, March 9th, I haven't been in …
... Rapids. It was such a photo opportunity here at the falls, apparently this being the spring here in Chile, the volume of the water was very high due to the spring melt off the Andes. We ended up spending so much time there that we had to catch the LAST tender back to the ship or we would have had to head to the airport. We all got on and sailing tomorrow for Puerto Chacabuco, Chile. One final note – Deb has recovered well and is feeling much better ...
... short, was pretty exhausting but the view up there was amazing. This was one of the moments where you just realised this is why I am doing things like a semester abroad in a country without much language knowledge, life is amazing.
After we stayed a bit up there we went back down, to the terminal and back to Valdivia for another week of university.
For now, byebyeeeeee :)))
I promise the next post will come sometimes ;)
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We made it to the ferry to go back to the mainland of Chile and were starving. At the beginning of our trip, we noticed a particular billboard ad that showed a woman getting ready to bite a hot dog in a very suggestive way. We saw this sign everywhere! And then we noticed that hot dogs were sold everywhere and in restaurants too....they call them completos and they are smothered with smashed avocado (palto), ...
... Stopping in Santa Cruz along the way and checking out the amazing Museo de Colchagua. This is the country's biggest private museum, built in 1995 by an obscure millionaire, Carlos Cardoen. Carlos made his fortune dealing with weapons. For many years he was in the top ten list of the most wanted criminals by the US government. After an amnesty he now can't leave Chile without risking imprisonment. I reckon he should be given an award of some sort as its the most ...