TripAdvisor Reviews Hosteria Futalaufquen Esquel
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... of cottages with handicraft sellers who
we assumed had driven out from Esquel and was called Nahuel Pan. We stayed here
for 45 minutes while the locomotive changed to the opposite end of the train
for the trip back. This was a very enjoyable outing and we were surprised to
work out we had now been on 7 tourists trains in South America. We arrived back
in Esquel at siesta time but managed to find a café for a coffee and then
visited the ...
... turned to dusk, minutes from darkness we were picked up by Maria and her hubby, a couple in their 50s from Puerto Natales, Southern Chile. Maria dropped us off in Villa Santa Lucia, a small town, where it was rumoured that buses left daily for Futaleufu. Another back garden would be our home for the evening. Having to traipse through a living room to use the bathroom, apologising to kids as you skunked past the TV, but this had become the norm. Unsurprisingly the next ...
... 1089;е шло по плану.
Описа 90;ь красо 90;ы пути невоз 84;ожно.
Мы тольк 86; попро ...
... for 3 days we finally have the kitchen facilities to stir fry. Amanda has named him Brian and feels we need to eat Brian today before she becomes too attached to him. Brian tasted nice with carrot, onion, capsicum and salami....
We take a walk up to a view point....there is a reason this place is famous for rafting and fly fishing and the walk isnt that reason. After a very short discussion we vote it the second worst walk we have been on after the lake walk in Tortel ...
... originally settled here and the earlier building styles very much reflect this.
Back in P. Montt we finally boarded our ferry, scheduled for 10pm departure, at 4am (another of the joys of travelling) and we were off to Chaiten. We slept, sort of, (all a bit like the Picton Ferry) and at 2pm finally berthed among the stunning mountains and volcanoes that surround Chaiten.