Hostal Tren del Sur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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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... not having the correct other clothes to hike in - oh well will need to hire. Went to supermarket to get some snacks then got a salad from food court with juice. Then went to put ray bans away and they snapped - sad times :( so then had to wander round to try find replacement pair. Chile don't seem to have the fake ray bans so had to settle for ****** plastic pair. Then walked back to navimag office - no energy but tried to walk ...
... campsite, I had 25k to a short ferry ride, then 10k to a 4 hour one. So the next day was always going to be a bit disjointed. This was one reason why I had originally wanted to go straight from Chaiten to Chiloe, cutting out this complication.
I left camp early and bimbled the 25k to the first ferry. I hoped by arriving at a good time, I would assure myself of a passage, as I had heard bike spaces could sell out. I was delayed an hour by one ferry, but made decent ...
... country). We talk a bit about it and his interest in Indian spiritualism but his English, though good, is not good enough for us to want to get in to the finer points of Karma and reincarnation. There is Indian flute music playing in the background. I close my eyes and tell him I could be in India right then. He tells me it is in fact composed and played by a friend of his. He is deeply involved in conservation. The reason he does the tours is to make money to pay for his rare ...
... on a windy back road, to the shaky wooden bridges crossing numerous rivers in the valley floor, and finally, to the solitary fall booming a monstrous sound all the way down the valley. This WAS adventure, and one we so desperately craved. There were no frills, no English speaking camera wielding tourists, and we constantly questioned being lost. It was perfect.
We made our way back to the car and ...
I took a 5 hour bus from Pucon to Puerto Varas. It was pouring down rain the entire time even when I entered PV. PV, was a quaint port city and reminded me a bit of the small coastal towns in Oregon. I wandered around after I got settled in my dorm room and decided to try to sign up for fly fishing the next morning and get a late lunch. I went to a recommended cafe called El Barista since it seemed like a nice rainy day activity and had my first real cup of ...