Hostal Casa Mawenco B&B

Pasaje Ricke 224, Puerto Varas, Lake District, 5550000, Chile | Hostel
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Location

This hostel, located on Pasaje Ricke 224, Puerto Varas, is near Lago Llanguihue, Lake Llanquihue, Lake Todos Los Santos, and La Comarca Puelo Adventure.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas

Chile, Argentina & Uruguay: Losers go South

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Apr 29, 2014

92 photos

... out of it and one or two moments of perfect scenery. So, no hard feelings.

Buenos Aires

The weather in Buenos Aires was a drastic improvement. So was the availability of transportation.

This is the city where people will not eat dinner until midnight, where the tango was born and where a woman of humble origins who gained the love of a the president and subsequently a nation, now has her face and name plastered on every ...

Puerto Varas, Chile

A travel blog entry by kcullivan on Apr 10, 2013

16 photos

... know much Spanish, but became fluent. (enough to work and make friends at least). I wish I would have made time to take a class in Chile or somewhere early on so I could speak some of the language. It's been super easy traveling by just knowing English, but it doesn't seem fair and I would probably gain so much more by being able to communicate with the locals. Alex told me that the cafe was the place to get started for the night, especially since they have a ...

Chilling with Chileans

A travel blog entry by freeranging on Mar 09, 2013

5 comments, 17 photos

... had emailed us. With the company of a well-fed stray dog who we called Henry Simon, we crossed the old bridge and followed the dirt road to the right. We walked through rolling hills for the Chilean version of "150m" which turned out to be 1km. Luckily we bumped into the smiling daughter of the farmer. She led us through a complex series of gates, along a forested path following the contours of a small mountain stream. In the neck of a valley we stopped at what ...

Puerto Montt, but not.

A travel blog entry by jamsheedmaster on Jan 12, 2013

... passengers who missed the ship in Valparaiso so they’ve been flown here. They’re being brought to the ship by the port agent boat, which is bigger and more powerful than the tenders but the captain’s doing all kinds of tricks to try and counteract the swell so the agent boat can dock on the Veendam’s tendering platform. The platforms on the sides of the ship fold out at sea level making a little pier with stairs that lead into the ship so ...

CHILE

A travel blog entry by hazel.leslie on Dec 24, 2012

1 comment

... farm made cheeses. Pictures of this port are few and distant as we left the camera onboard (doh!) so could only get a few from the ship. After going through our checklist of Cruise Card, Customs Form, Transit Card, and photo ID, the camera was forgotten. The Chilean authorities are very strict about not taking food onshore and scan and search our bags. At our first port in Chile, the trash bags were full of fruit, sandwiches, and nuts ...