Puerto Chico Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas
... e-reader would now be fully set in Spanish and we would have to work through the intricacies of Spanish to set it back to English.
We also found Belinda's inca dress too, one that she describes as both her "favourite" and "superfluous" because she doesn't need in South America. That a piece of clothing would be described as both a favourite and superfluous is a bit difficult to understand for ...
First the important bit. For those of you who have been unable to sleep worrying about who CC and UE are, I have made enquiries and can put you out of your misery by reporting that CC are Colo Colo and UE are Union Espanol both teams from Santiago.
A civilised 9.00 am start today for a half hour drive to Senda Remahue. We have no idea what to expect. Our tour notes just say we will learn about the local way of life, ecology and agriculture. Doesn't sound promising but we ...
... you end up spending crazy amounts of time on the internet, either doing research, planning, or booking stuff). The afternoon arrives and it turns out to just be the two of us rafting – so no room to hide then! We head out of town to the HQ of the company we’re going with, and kit up and get a briefing on the does and don’ts – plus safety – prior to heading off. We get to the river and carry the boat to the water – with just four of us ...
... were the Parrot Barnacles. These slightly disconcerting creatures live in 6" long cylindrical shells like a cross between a barnacle and a hand-grenade. The tips of the tentacles are uninvitingly visible down the central opening but once cooked they're fine - tasting of the sea and going-down well with sauce. When rain eventually stopped, we set-off for a walk through the temperate rain-forest. Large trees hung over us, draped ...
... means there's a chair-lift to the tip of the summit glaciers. This being summer, the bare slopes below are an extraordinary moon-scape of ejected lava. Walking on the slightly friable black and ochre surface is like climbing on a vast block of Oasis - as one stands on it gives a bit and then holds. Not even the hardiest alpine plants survive up at 2000m though, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking