- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... great bush views, with steep sided hills. These continued through the 4-hour ferry journey to Hornopiren (arrival time 7pm)
Southern Chile - is about trees, steep sided mountains and hills, valleys (some narrow), water and glaciers. The metal sections of roading will disappear but at the moment these are some of the roughest we have been on with many potholes (sometimes due to the roading trucks) to drop the wheels into. In many places there are so many potholes ...
... Bravo Cabrera, which was supposed to be a good bar/restaurant but was closed last time we tried. It was open today and we were the only ones in the place so we were able to get the comfy sofa by the window with a view over the lake and the volcano behind. We ordered some drinks while we read the dinner menu and David got a surprise when his beer came, it was a very nice looking but big 750ml bottle of craft ale at ...
We had a good flight this morning to Puerto Montt, grabbed our hire car a little Kia that smells like dead fish, either something died in it, is still dead in it ( we just have to find it) or it's been bathed in fish oil, and there's this persistent red light give us a warning that the air bag is not working. First thing tomorrow we are buying an air freshener hopefully that will fix one problem. The main road from the airport to Puerto Varas turned out to be ...
... itself was interesting in architecture due to the influence of the many German migrants in the area but other than that it was a town of shopping malls and banks. I was slightly disappointed in not getting to Puerto Varas only because of the possible views of the snow covered volcanos to be seen from the town on a lake. But with the weather such as it was I knew nothing would be seen and I’ve seen many a town built around a lake. To pass the time I ...
... to find that I had a 4 bedroom "room" without a door and a drape across the bed for privacy. You don't get any privacy in the hostels, so there was quite a bit of hand clapping. I like to read at night and no one appreciates a light on when they're sleeping. Each day on the ferry, there were activities with itineraries posted in the eating room. The day typically went as follows: breakfast, an educational seminar on Patagonia (flora, fauna, W Trek, etc.) at 10am , ...