- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 5m high shed (lockable) specifically for storing wood, but gas is also a very important part of tourist accommodation.
Temperatures are rarely high, but in all its a beautiful land to ride through. In some ways, similar to our South Island west coast - but all of Chile is west coast - (it has no access to the east coast of South America - a factor considered when Chile and Argentina made a peace pact back in historical times). Chile - land of bush and water, and of ...
... 2,653 miles north to south, and averages just 110 miles east to west. ("The shape of a chili pepper!") It runs from the middle of South America's west coast straight down to the southern tip of the continent (Cape Horn). Puerto Montt/Puerto Varas are at the 39th parallel, roughly equivalent to where NYC is in the north.
We landed in Puerto Montt and toured the Lake District which lies between ...
... new exciting frontier awaited.
Santiago at a Glance - Beware of the Fruit!
After Lima we spent one night in Santiago, just to have a quick look at the city before heading further South.
On arriving in Santiago we had a minor hiccup with customs. Sibling forgot that she had some fruit in her bag. It wasn't mentioned on her customs form. Oh calamity. One hour and some rigourous questioning later we were free to leave the ...
... shop which also sold a small range of souvenirs. We bought prints of birds we had seen in Chile. Then on to the final shop where Barbara bought a fridge magnet to add to her collection of one from every country she had visited on the trip and Sue purchased a couple of gifts. That was the extent of the exercise for the day. We returned to the hotel for an unhealthy snack lunch in our room. We spent some of ...
... dirt road, being chased by dogs emerging instantaneously from the surrounding forest. Back on the Circuito we looked forward to a longer stretch of driving that would lead us through the immaculate green countryside before depositing us back on the lakeshore in Puerto Octay. Our hunger at this point helped us blast though this tiny town, and on towards Frutillar for the lakeside restaurants and historic downtown. ...