Arrebol Patagonia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas
... confluence. It was drizzly when we arrived, and getting dark, so we checked into a hostel and cooked some dinner. The next day we walked around the town and visited the fish market on the river bank. We ate some great fish and chips and then strolled along over the Pedro de Valdivia bridge, laughing at the sea lions that were lolling around. It was still raining so we visited a couple of natural history and pioneer museums before heading back to the ...
... start of two ferry crossings. It's not possible to miss the impact of the 2008 eruption. About 15km from Chaiten town, we came across rounded hills with scorched tree stumps. The gunnera plants have bounced back and are growing, but otherwise there are great areas of bare tree trunks, interspersed with smaller areas of unaffected trees. All the stream crossings look like they have had a massive flood go down them. this was over about a 5km length of road, then we were back ...
We arrived in good time at the bus station and as usual, in Argentina, we needed to tip the luggage guy as we put the bags on the bus. We should have got seats on the left side of the bus, but the guy at ticket office advised us right was better for views. There were still good views of the lakes, mountains and rivers even from the 'wrong' side of the bus. We went back on the road to Villa la Angostura first, but today it wasn't all snowy, there was a ...
... mangroves to another smaller lake which features a Lorelai island (if you don't know the story go look it up) around which our boad chauffeur managed carefully. It was the first time that day we saw the sun. Yaaayy. :D
Then we went back into our bus.
Second stop: Saltos del Río (well, I can't find the name anywhere but it was pretty)
This small waterfalls are in the national park of Vincente Pérez Gonzales. Even though the entrance had a price ...
... bottom of the river but the trees adapted and now float without their roots attached to the bottom. They float up and down as the river level changes with the seasons. The floating forest stretches for many kilometres along the river. Silvio has made a narrow pathway through the trees which he takes you through to get to part of the river which is open. You have to lie in the bottom of the boat to duck under the overhanging branches. Downstream Silvio punts the boat so you are ...