Arrebol Patagonia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... illegally under the radar of the authorities. All in all, I'd lived in blissful ignorance of this and the whole experience gave me a real insight into the relative instability of the Argentinian economy at the moment which seems to be widely regarded as fragile by people in neighbouring Chile I've spoken to. It's yet another reminder of just how lucky we are in Europe, still with a relatively strong currency regarded as second only the $US. An eye-opening ...
... of Chile doing the two legs of the tour that I was doing including heading up to the Atacama desert to San Pedro. It is always great to see women traveling on their own and that may appear a condescending comment but it is not.It takes a lot more courage and confidence and I always admire that with solo women traveler's.
Our first day in Puerto Varas ended,not spectacular but some great incidents to remember but we were all thinking about the next days visit to the ...
... to see how the churches were made. It turns out the Jesuits came first and built the majority of the churches, but after they were run out by the Chileans the Franciscans came in and took over. The Way to tell the difference between the churches is the spires, the Jesuits only had one while the Franciscans had more. From Ancud we headed to Castro, the capital of Chiloé to check out the main church on the island. The church of San ...
... going out on the sunset lake kayaking tour that was organised by the hostel. The hostel provide the rather unattractive wetsuits, shoes and waterproof trousers. The drive to the start point is about 30 mins and it takes about another 20 - 30 mins to unload the kayaks and get ready. The weather for kayaking was perfect, sun was out, calm waters and no wind. The lake was crystal clear and with the volcanoes in the background - the view was stunning. ...
... 8221;. Despite being a much older generation which is not an issue in itself, the attitudes of some of these people and the ignorance they had was a real shame. And over the days this only manifested itself and it was clear there was a lot of people on the ship who were only on for the food, and entertainment and had no care or interest in the scenery outside, and even at the ports of call which was a real shame especially given the location of the world we ...