Hotel El Greco
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with thoughts, because my body could not quite accept, that it was okay, to just lay down in a hammock... Surely there must be something more constructive I simply had to take care of or places to be.... But in the end there isn't. Because here the expression what I don't manage to day, I do tomorrow goes. So weird. And I am still a working progress. I found it so much easier to relax when I reach Bariloche an started to work. And before I continue on that ...
... really nice feel about it and we have decided to extend our stay by another night, for once the wifi seems quite good, the breakfast is good,excepting the usual Chilean love of Nescafe!
We were going to hire a car here but to be honest the mini buses are so cheap it didn't seem worth it. We went today to see some waterfalls, it was 1hr ride for £2 each!
In the blurb it said the falls were 3mts.high....we were ...
... some bananas and 2 bottles of wine. Because its nice to have drink while on a boat in such an amazing national park around us. After shopping we went back to the hostel where we had dinner and mojitos. Lots of them. I remember playing with a cat which didn't like me and considering a smoke. Unfortunately I did smoke, but it didn't taste good at all and I wasn't really happy about it but then, I was drunk. Very ...
... Montt, lunch and the markets. Lunch was interesting we went to a local fish and chip shop Mark had a really nice piece of battered fish and chips , where ase I thought I would be healthy so I ordered bbq fish, turns out BBQ fish is not exactly what I was imagining bbq fish is, it's fish topped with hot dogs then smothered in melted cheese. Bloody hotdogs again doh Next was to check out the local fishing boats/ mariner ...
... last saw your e-reader? After 1 solid hour of brain storming, we finally decided the e-reader would probably be under a pillow in room 16 of an obscure hospitaje in Castro, in the house called Don Miguel. We emailed the manager, managed to call Don Miguel (not his real name though) after he failed to reply to the email and he assured our e-reader would be waiting for us! What he didn't say though, is that ...