Cabana del Lago Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... was so quiet, they came right up to the fence.
The top storey of the construction we see taking place is going to be a new house for Silvio and his family, as their house burnt down last September. They have 6 children (only 2 left at home now). They are remodelling an old shed so that the bottom becomes an extension for their tourist dining and their living quarters are going above.
We head back to the open fire area ...
... so from the window I could see quite a lot of snow capped volcanoes soaring upwards to the west and the fertile plains below are a jigsaw of paddocks everywhere, looking green and productive. The Andes become gradually higher and more impressive as we head north, more snow caps and ice cover. Its been a restful and pleasant day and tonight my flight to Sydney via Auckland and a final flight from Sydney to Coffs Harbour. So a long haul and will ...
... then went to the tourist information desk. It was staffed by a young man who fortunately spoke English. We gave him the details of our Chilean tour company and he phoned them to tell them we had arrived. They sent out a driver but we had to wait over an hour. On the way from the airport to our hotel in Puerto Varas he stopped to collect the guide. She spoke English whereas the driver didn't. It emerged that they had gone to the airport earlier in the afternoon as ...
... of the largest natural lakes in South America. The perfect cone of Osorno Volcano and the snowcapped peaks of Mt. Calbuco and Mt. Tronador are usually clearly visible from the lakefront. However, unfortunately on the day I visited, it was overcast and the surrounding mountains were poorly visible. Nevertheless, it was an enjoyable day trip out away from Puerto ...
... have to. Fortunately the cloud has thinned out a little below us giving us some views down the valley, and of the volcanoes from the bottom. We head towards the Petrohue River, and Petrohue waterfalls, which are interesting (mostly due to the location and the volcanoes in the background) but are no Iguassu! We then head further along the river, up to Lake Todos Los Santos. As we walk along the volcanic beach on the lake shore, the cloud has cleared nicely and we ...