Hostel Casa del Pueblo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of beliefs in Chiloe. Evidently it is an incredibly superstitious area with many and varied leg ends and characters still to the fore.
The plan now was to catch an overnight ferry from Chiloe to Chaiten (not to be confused with El Chalten in Argentina) on the Chilean mainland. We found that the season has peaked and services were limited. We faced a wait of six days, so decided to bus back ...
... our destination for tonight. We did stop to marvel at Cerro Castillo, and for daddy to say “look at that view” at least a billion times. At the village of Cerro Castillo we stopped for a snack in a cool little restaurant which was based in a bus with a view to die for (even if the kids found the Simpson on TV more interesting).
Arrived in Coyhaique in good time to check out the plaza, the usually over useful ...
Back to Argentina in Esquel (just east of Futaleufu). We went to the Alerce National Park there. The Alerce trees are the sequoia of South America and one of the oldest trees in the world. Unfortunately the alerce has been chopped down a lot for its wood, so the creation of the national park. As many places in Argentina, this national park is a bit of a theme park as if anyone wants to go to the alerce trees, ...
... entirely. NOT impressed. So we walked
around all day from closed bus station, to tourist information office
that couldnīt get a hold of the bus company, to closed travel agency,
back to closed bus station and on and on until we finally got someone
who we could pay and get a voucher from, but who couldnīt guarantee us
that there were going to be seats on the bus, lol. Iīve never felt so
capable of ...
... the cheapest place that we could...Ģ20 for both of us per night. High season in Argentina is not cheap. Anyway, we were planning on staying here for a few days and visiting the national park that is close by. However, having had a closer look at our budget we have had to prioritise. We would love to visit lots of places on our way south and visit the many different national parks on the way, but we know that we are going to want to do lots of stuff further south, and ...