- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with the handknitted, handspun, handwoven items for sale. However buying was out of the question for Brisbane -we would just melt if we were to wear them there even in winter.
After lunch we headed to the Pacific Ocean near El Parque Nacional near Rahue. Needless to say we didn't stay out of the car long. It was like the Atlantic Ocean off Ireland muy viento. Another early start for a midday flight to Santiago tomorrow. Our last internal ...
... was 1.5 hours with great views of all 3 volcanos. Volcano Osorno, Volcano Puntiagudo and Volcano Tronador. We then stopped in the town of Peulla for 3 hours. The population here is 120 people who mostly work in the tourism industry. It rains 220 days a year. I think it rained on this day for 2 minutes so I guess that counts. ;) Many people live on the lake but were there long before the Chilean government declared it a protected area, so ...
... the coast is clear and on a hand signal they all return back to their original positions slumped behind the buffet bar,oblivious to a busy dining room.I am so incensed by this I am having to sit on my hands to stop myself going over there and being the manager! so I turn around and put my back to the scene to quell the rage inside me! This scene has been typical everywhere I have gone,shop ,restaurant and hotel in Chile so far...all I can deduce is that middle management in this ...
... card numbers and we are just not used to such security levels. It was by then 11:50 so only ten minutes before the post office closed for lunch. With sign language and a lot of smiles we agreed that they keep the filled box and all the paperwork and that we would return when they opened at 3:00 pm with my passport. The transaction had to be completed by 4:00 as that was when the post for the day would be transported to Puerto Montt. Much smiling ...
... and then steak from beef raised on the farm. His cattle are crossbreed Hereford/Angus so Silvio is thrilled we are from Aberdeen. He cooks the steaks in front of us on a wooden fire. Luscious, although Kathleen still won't accept they are better than El Mirasol in Buenos Aires. Then we finish off with home made creme caramel.
Despite his funny hat and eccentric appearance Silvio is no country bumpkin. He talks with passion about nature. He wants to go to India ...