Hostal Casa Mawenco B&B
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... the rain wasn’t deterring them but the
carabineros finally pulled their finger out and moved them aside,
Another overpriced town with few singles so forked out too
much but at least private bath, hot water, heating and a kitchen you can use
without molestation from mama!
Grabbed to local bus to Petrohue falls - £1.50 for 15 mins
max, admiring the beautiful clear blue waters & the torrents. Wasn’t a bus
... taking 4 buses and 3 boats. It is a 12 hour day for them as apposed to a 6 hour direct bus ride option and this tour was 5 times more expensive than the direct bus, but you do see a lot more of the country and nature going this way if you have the time and money. My friends paid 170,000 chile pesos. My day tour was 34,000ch plus 20,000 for the 4x4 tour in Peulla and 1,500 for the waterfall entrance park fee. 55,500ch total. In Peulla you can also ...
At 3 pm. we made our way to the Grand Salon to meet the Antarctic team of 17, including geologists, historians, photographers, whale, dolphin and penguin experts! We then sat on our balcony with a glass of bubbles (sorry Janet!) and decided on the rest of our excursions.
It was a formal night, so Gray looking frightfully dapper in his DJ. Dinner a deux, followed by a show given by the ...
... town, taking pictures of the traditional palifito houses on the way. In the main square, was the most colourful church (it was yellow and purple!) that we had ever seen and certainly was the focus of this town. We walked to the supermarket and got a few bits for dinner, along with a thermos flask. We cooked a lovely dinner of steak, mashed potatoes and broccoli before chatting to a nice Scottish couple by the fire for the rest of the evening. It was such a lovely homely hostel, ...
... famous for his song and dance Gangnam Style (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bZkp7q 19f0), the most watched video ever on YouTube, was on my forehead. Our group continued to grow and more and more wine appeared and then disappeared until we were called to our last dinner of our trip—turkey, quiche, and macaroni salad.
We packed our bags, readying ourselves for our early disembarkation and final night. When I meandered back to the lounge room, an intense game of ...