Hostel Margouya 2 Colonial
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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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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 …
Na de teleurstelling van de W-trek tijd om het roer om te gooien. Lekker een auto huren en op de bonnefooi door het lake district scheuren. Onderhand zijn we al weer veel verder......
Vanaf Punta Arenas zijn we naar Puerto Montt gevlogen. Het uitzich over de Andes en de ijsvelden was prachtig en erg indrukwekkend! Zulk ruig en …
... I turn around and I return her greeting and within a few seconds the whole class has surrounded me and are giggling as only teenage school girls can.I start up the conversation:
“Hello,my name is Nick and I am from England,”
There is lots of excitement and more laughter and I can tell they want to practice their English but are a little shy to break out.
I think quickly…..”Do you like One Direction?”...the British boy ...
... but as I climbed above FL100 it smoothed out and I had a very nice ride all the way to Puerto Montt. In the section between the BAL and PAR VOR’s, which cuts almost directly west across the mountains, there were occasional breaks in the clouds giving me the opportunity to capture a few photos of the exposed summits.
Northbound over the water I passed many islands to the east and west of my route. From time to time I’d spot ...
... Natales, but that was leaving on the same day as the bus, so it was no good either.
So, we couldn’t go by road and we couldn’t go by sea … what about flying said the lady at the tourist info desk. Don’t be an idiot we thought, that will be as much as the ferry, if not more. We were out of options and decided to give it a go anyway, so we got another bus into the town centre.