Hotel Natura Patagonia
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Natura Patagonia Puerto Varas
O Hotel é bonito e fica em um lugar lindo, em uma planície junto de uma fazenda, em frente ao Pico Techado. Decoração com móveis de madeira maciça, muito bom gosto, comida razoável, desjejum também. Os passeios nas cercanias são lindos, e ainda não fizemos os mais distantes. Vamos voltar!
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... think things through. So sitting an looking at the email, I had to make a quick decision, and guess what . I did. I replied and pressed sent, and shortly after, everything was sorted. That's how easy things can be, if you let them. I was picked up and a bit nervous and restless at first, meeting the other volunteers. 3 of them would leave two days later, so never really got to know them, and I don't think I missed out. There lifestyle of hitchhiking, searching ...
... down to Ushuaia and large tankers etc.
It doesn't feel like a holiday for us without a visit to a fish market! And Puerto Mott does a good one! And everything was cought locally! Huge mussels, Salmon at £3 per kilo! And above the market lots of little cafes, where you could have a fish lunch...which we did!!
An amazing amount of 'Artisan' stalls,selling allsorts of knitted items, lots of Alpaca knitwear and wooden ...
... to the more remote islands and costal towns in the area. they where super crowded possibly due to the nice weather or maybe the only do runs on certain days ? Then it was onto the markets like all markets the stall look the same as the next and there was your cheap copies of things and a mixture of good things :). The fish market was more interesting a hive of activity and a lot of seafood we had never seen giant ...
... end when we had our best meal to date - The waitress informed us the dish she recommended was definitely enough for us to share. She wasn't lying. It was huge and very tasty. Thai cooked tenderloin beef and veg. We ate this outside on the terrace overlooking the lake with a direct view of the volcano. If there was meant to be a sweet moment to end the day this was ...
... or forced out of their home to live in small rural communities, while children were given away to be trained as servants. Today, the Mapuche people are considered the most deprived sectors of Chilean and Argentinean society and are still fighting for their right to be accepted.
Following our meeting with Christina, we headed out for our "float" down the Limay River. The river was high and fast with the ...