Cabanas y Piscina Rucamalen
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... a lot of good ones, that takes me closer to having comfort, in being more spontaneous. I meet travellers who are miles from where I am at personally, but that to, I have to accept. And not sightseeing everyday is okay. Spending several hours resting with my iPad in the lovely hostel in Puerto varas and watching mindless tv shows for the first time in 2 month is also okay Some people may look at me thinking, that it is waste of time for a precious vacation. But ...
... is rated the most beautiful town in Chile. The population here is 22,022. Day 5 I took a bus / boat tour to see the nature in this beautiful part of the world. We first drove along the banks of Lake Lianquihue. It's 887 square km and is the largest lake in Chile. This lake is the same size as the capital city of Montevideo, Uruguay. Salmon are not native here and were introduced from Canada in 1920. I had to try a Canadian Salmon for dinner and it ...
... to go find some dinner (huuuuungryyy :D).
We went to some Italian restaurant cause we are missing European food (note the awesome dessert) and afterwards to a pub to finalize our evening.
The next morning we were picked up by a little bus whos driver was going to guide us around the whole urban hinterland of Puerto Montt.
First we picked up some other Chilean people from other hotels and hostels in the area who wanted to join in the trip as ...
... write on Trip Advisor but failed to find it. However we did find Dales- a bakery cafe and had the biggest pork, avocado and tomato sandwich and very nice empanadas for lunch. Back to the hotel for a relax, off to the airport at 5:00, takeoff at 7:00 and arrived about 8:30, then back to Hotel Galerias where we stayed last ...
... taken over by the Spanish later that year. Portugal won it back the following year, and this poor town was basically bounced back and forth between Portugal and Spain until Uruguay eventually won its independence and a break from the Spain v Portugal tug of war.
The charming historic quarter, which takes all but one hour to stroll around has a number of cute cobblestone streets, cute enough for UNESCO to deem the town fit for World Heritage ...