Hotel Puerta Del Sur
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... picture exists :D.
(BTW the guy OF COURSE said: Tiene 19 anos??!... no, I don't, sorry, my passport is lying at times -.-)
After that, I walked (!!) home. Actually, more like ran home. Weather was too nice. I did that with both of my hands on the sides of my head as I didn't want the hat to become the next victim of The Storm ;).
For lunch, I then had a typical Chilean meal which was muyyy sabroso. Don't ask me for the name though :D.
I have ...
... about 10 minutes at Isla Teja which is an island and one part of the city of Valdivia and can only be reached by crossing the big river.
Both my room and the house are really nice.After my host parents showed me the most important rooms (my own bathroom and my room) all I wanted to do was to sleep.
So, good night! :))))
- I do understand Spanish (most)
- I CANNOT speak Spanish (asked the ...
... lake, and see the students enjoying their rivers, rowing and kayaking. But what was most astounding for me was the easy proximity to the sea lions who come in quite close to shore with no fear.
Massive daily markets on the river selling all sorts of freshly caught fish and seafood, with wonderful quality fruit and veggies, all at very cheap prices. But the real star attraction is not ...
... took a few pictures but I should have taken a video of this amazing show. I may go back tomorrow as we head out to our new place. Took a 30 minute ferry in the afternoon to visit the Old Fort in Corral and enjoyed a little walk around the town before coming back to Neibla. Our cabana is between Niebla and Valdivia, came back for a glass of white wine and ...
... Los Santos (Lake of all the Saints) that is supposed to be the most beautiful in Chile. This area is where lots of tourists (Ian Donovan included!) have travelled in the footsteps of Che. (This journey, the crossing from Petrohue, Chile, to Bariloche, Argentina, by ferry and bus, was described in the movie about Che,called Motorcycle Diaries) As it was the Easter weekend, there were quite a few people around but not much else/ not even a cup of coffee to ...