Holiday Inn Express Puerto Montt
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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At sea on way to Puerto Montt The night sailing wasn't too bad,but woke up to a 'reasonable swell', could see lots of 'white horses' and it was very cloudy,but at least we are heading towards the North and the promise of some sun,although our trip to Puerto Montt could be mixed, as it is the Chilean equivalent of our Lake District,watch this spot!!!!! Another regular ...
... where we were staying at a beautiful hotel atop the hill called Hotel Cumbres.
The rain let up - so I quickly grabbed my camera and some Chilean pesos and set off to explore. Out came a rainbow and then the rain again. So I ducked into a cute coffee shop to relax and people watch. I ordered a cafe cortado - which I thought was a regular coffee with some steamed milk - but I didn't get that - I think I got ...
... We then drove on to Puerto Octay not really a tourist town, it still had lovely views of the lake, we dropped into the local supermarket hoping to fine a ATM or Redbank as they are more commonly called here only to find a very small supermarket full of one arm bandits guess we just found the local casino, you can do your weekly shopping and maybe win some bonus cash at the same time? Mark felt good enough to go out ...
... made from pisco and lime juice in Chile. It tasted fine but was very strong so we decided enough was enough and we would give the wine a miss at dinner particularly as we would cross the Corcovado Gulf during the night. That is the only stretch of water on the cruise which is open to the Pacific Ocean and we had been warned that it can be very rough. So one pisco sour and one hour later it was time for dinner. Another three course affair and excellent. We found just about ...
... ll be doing our rafting tomorrow, so Linda is looking keenly up and down it – and seems entirely unconvinced about her survival chances! We head back to town, very happy that we once again appear to have landed on our feet with our local tour guide!
We’re not actually starting our rafting until the afternoon, so we have a nice lie-in the next morning and sort out other travel stuff in the morning (again, one of the downsides of travelling independently ...