Dreams Los Volcanes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDreams Los Volcanes Puerto Varas
5* star hotel and casino in Peurto Varas
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... of my favourites was when he roughly shoved a wheelbarrow to Phil and barked out an order in Spanish which I would (probably inaccurately) translate to "park!" As soon as Phil parked it where he was pointing, he dashed over and yanked it away, almost wailing "it's a beautiful plant". When we looked confused, he pulled the weeds away, revealing a lily, which was all but swallowed up by the weeds. This story still makes me lol. There were also some weird episodes ...
... centre which we will see later. He is cooperating with a university in a programme of artificial insemination to improve the gene pool of a rare breed of deer which is in danger of extinction. But do not get the idea that he is just some sort of hippie dropout. As well as Sanda Remahue he has other farms and has a total herd of over 2500 cows plus other livestock and the land itself. This guy does everything on a big scale and with passion. He is one of the most interesting ...
... with all of the younger crew. Our table got larger and larger and equally louder. We seemed to be having the most fun and out of the five bingo games, we had four winners from our table alone, which made it even more fun. If someone mistakenly thought they won at Bingo, the announcer would make them dance in front of everyone. Somehow, when Mark won the last and most important game prize-wise, they made him dance and choose someone to dance with. He chose Ronan first since ...
... view point were you could see Glacier Grey. Since it was the last day we felt we should do the most amount of walking possible, so choose to walk another couple of hours to the front of the glacier. First was lunch in beautiful Refugio Grey, a sort of luxury lodge where we ate steak and chese sandwiches. So good... Then to the front of the glacier which was well worth it, even if the weather was closing in, the view was truely stunning. A very very quick walk ...
12 January 2012 – Puerto Montt, Chile
We’re not actually in Puerto Montt, Chile, we’re onboard the ship in the port area with the anchor down. It’s 7:23am and for the second time this contract the captain has woken the world up to tell us it’s too rough to use the tender boats to go ashore sadly. Our good captain Peter Van Bos is keeping us updated with what’s going on but I know there’ll be no shore leave today. There ...