Hostel Margouya 2 Colonial
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Margouya 2 Colonial Puerto Varas
Nice place, conveniently located. Kitchen well equipped. Rooms fine but with a musty smell. No ensuite bathrooms and public bathrooms were often out of toilet paper. Otherwise, well organized, nice enough place, with strong Wi Fi, loads of DVDs, and helpful staff with information about the area and maps.
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Van een aantal lezers krijg ik klachten dat ik niet vaak genoeg een blog schrijf maar ik heb het nogal druk met leuke dingen doen! Ik zal wat beter mijn best proberen te doen... Inmiddels ben ik bezig met mijn twee weken durende rondje in de regio van Bariloche, ik wacht hier geduldig tot het maart is omdat alle Argentijnen en Chilenen dan weer aan …
We stayed in Puerto Varas for two nights, 3/14 & 3/15, waiting for our "Wicked" van! We slept well at the French-Chilean family owned Hostel Margouya 2. We occupied two rainy days there easily by sitting in front of the wood burning stove, playing cards, drinking wine (& beer for JW) and catching up on movies from the hostel's …
... the motions of exchanging,not once glancing at me.She is talking away to her friend and she slaps the change down on the counter,I ask if I can have some of the change a little smaller,this raises a response at last,evan though it is a groan.I cheerfully say good bye and thank you, in Spanish and there is completely no reaction as if they are both deaf and mute.This is too much for me and before I head out of the door I turn back and walk right up to the pair of them and loudly ...
... super cool and making crepes. How apropos! James met up with them in one of the small towns and traveled with them for a few days. Both boys and the sister were taking part in the cooking. James and I made or at least I watched him make the Sangria which consisted of a box of white and red wine and Fanta. Nice. Some Germans came down and they took part too. I found out one of the Germans was 40. This sounds bad, but she did seem a bit older and I wondered if ...
... We ended up sharing quite a few rounds of mate with her while she taught us some basic Spanish. Her face would swell with pride when we got something right and one of her awkward laughs would squeeze out, catching us by surprise and sending us into laughter which would trigger her more and create a giddy loop of giggles.
That night we slept upstairs and with the tremmors created by Marina chopping some cucumbers downstairs, the fading whine of Nur's apple sugar ...