Hostal Tren del Sur
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Tren del Sur Puerto Montt
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 …
... kid but aside from knowing where is where, he really did not have too much to offer about the histories of all the places, or the plants, etc.
6. Penguins at Otway Sound off Punta Arenas. We got the guide through another passenger on the ship. Not only it was disappointing to see only a few penguins, the guide was rushing us because he had another job to go to. I wanted to see more of the Otway sound and he did not want me to walk the long trail ...
... 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 ;)
... and took a LONG nap! After a walk around town, we decided that we were not hungry, so we had a drink in the lobby and headed back to our room for the night. Since we’re in the Lake District, tomorrow we will be exploring another lake and volcano!
Congratulations to the 1st South American pope! It’s so cool that we’re in South America at this time!
Thank you for reading and good night!
... the presence of several serious German breweries and ubiquitous kuchen (German cake) sold everywhere. Some areas also seem quite Alpine or Swiss in character. We even saw a few restaurants advertising fondue and raclette, to complete the Alpine atmosphere... We visited the gallery/junk treasure house of local artist Pablo Fierro (http://www.pablofierro.cl/MUSEO/HOME.h tml), who was granted by the local authorities ...