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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Puerto Varas, Puerto Montt, Puerto Eden, Puerto Natales and soon to visit Punta Arenas.
Our first Puerto was 'Puerto Varas', a beautiful small tourist town at the southern end of the lakes district. Puerto Varas is located on the banks of Lago Llanquihe (pronounced Jangkowie) with excellent views of volcano Osorno and the active volcano, Calbuco. It took us half a day to walk around the town centre and foreshore, it's small. The centre has a lovely feel and ...
... every year! After another night in drizzly Valdivia we headed up north to Santiago. Patagonia had stretched our budgets just a bit too far so we'd decided to try and volunteer in a hostel for accommodation while teaching some English classes on the side. It was the end to our trip to the south of the continent and we definitely missed out a lot during the two long bus rides between Puerto Varas, Valdivia and Santiago so hopefully we'll be back one day to ...
... start of two ferry crossings. It's not possible to miss the impact of the 2008 eruption. About 15km from Chaiten town, we came across rounded hills with scorched tree stumps. The gunnera plants have bounced back and are growing, but otherwise there are great areas of bare tree trunks, interspersed with smaller areas of unaffected trees. All the stream crossings look like they have had a massive flood go down them. this was over about a 5km length of road, then we were back ...
... the part of Chile called the lake district and looks very different from the Santiago area. Lumbering is a major business here. They are experiencing a warmer than average summer, with temps around 60-70 but their winters average around 10-30. Houses are heated with wood stoves as electricity is very expensive.
We drove 40 miles north to Frutillar which means "strawberry fields" a town settled by ...
For me it was the last day with the pachamama tour. Down to Puerto Varas via Puerto Montt. In Puerto Montt we stopped for lunch and the very famous fish market (which unfortunately had only a couple stands open). Alison and I decided on a nice glass of white whilst lunch. And because we're in Chile, we got a pisco sour with our meal. After lunch we had a second glass, just because it was so good And we had ...