Zapato Amarillo

Ruta U-55, Puerto Octay, Lake District, 9999, Chile | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Ruta U-55, Puerto Octay.
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    Travel Blogs from Puerto Octay

    Retail therapy

    A travel blog entry by suebar on Apr 25, 2014

    ... a pharmacy. As it was well into autumn we got the last tube of sunscreen, having had to ask if they had any. Its price was knocked down. We then went to a wool shop we had spotted the previous morning but didn't find any to our liking. If we were going to buy wool it would have to be at the airport shop. Then we visited two other shops which we had discovered when exploring the town centre the previous day. One was ...

    Valdivia, Puerto Varras and Saltos del Laja

    A travel blog entry by travelkaz on Mar 20, 2013

    38 photos

    ... and a beer later, we get the boat back to Valdivia and get the opportunity to get some great pictures of the many sea lions that spend their days lazing about on the river back, bothering the fishermen for food. That evening I make it as far as the bus terminal to buy and empanada before crawling into bed, still exhausted from having far too much fun in Pucon. The next day, it´s up bright and early and back on The Bus Of Doom. First we stop at Puerto Montt, to check out the ...

    Volcanoes, falls, lakes and billions of flies!!!

    A travel blog entry by kenanddonna2005 on Feb 03, 2013

    27 photos

    ... at the beach and pier, which wasn’t overly exciting, before a visit to the tourist info office. After a brief discussion, and the handing over of a large wedge of cash, we were booked on to a day trip for the next day … to see waterfalls and to do a ferry trip on a lake. A Donna day, but at a more relaxed pace for me.

    We cooked in that night, nothing too exciting, and Donna started emailing around to enquire about Antarctica trips. Whilst this ...

    More Volcanoes???

    A travel blog entry by zeldajosh on Nov 04, 2012

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Sorry, but we broke our vow to never photograph another volcano unless it was erupting. Today was a rest day. We took a short bus ride to yet another small town, Frutillar, had lunch, and leisurely strolled around the waterfront. And what do you suppose we saw there? You guessed it. Several volcanoes loomed over the lake. For lack of any other subject, the volcano was 'it'. ...

    More bad Spanish . . .

    A travel blog entry by amylbarbara on Aug 26, 2012

    ... dos o tres perro (dogs) we are naming them all stinky, Fred, jack etc, etc. A bit more of a quiet day we headed to nearby German settlement Frutilla for a wander and some cake – amazing cake but the best part of this little excursion was our awesome conversation with the bus driver on the way back Nos Hablas espangol!! We managed a full conversation.

    Our tour guide the day before had recommended Donde el Cordito (translates to the fat man) it was visited ...