Hosteria La Pastorella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... we also did not know the scoring system so it would be a real challenge to keep points). We did improve during the hour and a half. We even managed to get up to 14 hits. I would have loved to go again but we did not. For some people who have been reading my entries for a while, you will probably pick out the obvious fact that this entry is abnormally long. The reason for that is because this entry describes all of the activities that we did in Llao Llao. It was an amazing place so it deserves this much description. ...
... that Chile had nicer cars; well there's a reason. Cars are no longer manufactured in Argentina and to import carries a 50% tax. Unbelievable! Inflation has been crazy since the last time we were here, in 2010 the average hostel bed cost < 50 pesos, now it would be ~ 165 pesos. No wonder people buy property as an investment.
Theres graffiti on the map at the bus stop that says the bus is 6 pesos for you ...
... another leg, a 60km bus ride to Puerto Varas. Finally arrive in Puerto Varas, which is a lakeside town and the locals are out on the beach swimming! Heaps of them, its quite a warm day and they have beach umbrellas, kayaks and even portable banos on the beach. Its lovely to see all the families out enjoying the summer evening. The bus takes me to Compass del Sur, my hostel, they are all very helpful, and I,m happy to have a shower, head to town for a meal and ...
... from the cold and I’m so glad I decided not to back out that morning as it was so much fun! We went through 4 sets of rapids with the last set being the biggest and classified as class 4. The next day in Pucon, alot of our group set off to hike the volcano but I could only afford to do one activity in Pucon so I had a day to myself walking around the town, sitting by the lake and enjoying some me time (which you definitely don’t get much of on a tour like this!) I had lunch ...
... in town and eating a nice meal in a restaurant, then some ice cream in the very European looking town square. I finished the day watching a local futball match in an indoor market with a whole bunch of locals. It was a lot of fun!
I then caught a bus back to the hostel where most people were already very drunk I ended up heading into town with a guy called Noam i’d met the night before from Israel who had a car and was driving around South America. We decided to ...