Hotel Peulla

Puerto varas, Peulla, Chile | Inn
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This inn is located on Puerto varas, Peulla.
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Travel Blogs from Peulla

The Saga of Broken Foot (or was it Wounded Knee?)

A travel blog entry by budjuggler on Feb 28, 2014

... that he thought i had broken a blood vessel. Told her to rest it and put ice on it for 15 minutes every hour. Now that was never going to happen!! Afterwards we remembered that we had forgotten to mention to anybody that the previous day in BA she had walked the best part of 12 miles on it. Probably not ideal!! However, today there is great improvement so all is almost well. Still made a good story which we can laugh about in our old age - oh yes, we are there already!! Saga ...

Oh No...the Big 60!

A travel blog entry by couillard on Nov 19, 2013

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OHHH no the big 6 0HHH
Oh Yes...still looking your best!
Happy BIrthday Dear Louise, so sorry not to be there to celebrate it...TODAY!
It is however a beautiful sunny day here in Chile and my thoughts are with you till we celebrate together upon our return. BONNE Fête ma chum! Je t'aime beaucoup xxx Bisous de François ...

Just Outside of Valdivia

A travel blog entry by couillard on Nov 18, 2013

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We found a new cabana by Valdivia river, about 10 km from Valdivia City. Once again we feel right at home in this wonderful setting, cabanas Puerto Pelicano. Last night (Sunday) we went out for supper at a German beer house but no alcohol was served due to the elections. I guess the didn't want any riots with inebriated locals. Today we went to the local ...

Bariloche and drive to Villa La Angostura

A travel blog entry by pnbooth on Nov 01, 2013

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... volcano in Chile erupted covering this area in over a meter of ash and pumice. the once rocky shores of the lake are now sandy, but thankfully neither the water clarity (rivaling Crater Lake's) nor the legendary trout and landlocked salmon suffered long term effects. The entire area is s suffering from a year of missed business and there are a lot of closed shops and ...

The Volcano's Shadow

A travel blog entry by smonty1 on Nov 25, 2012

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... nice time to just chat with Peter about a large variety of topics. And the weather was absolutely gorgeous (as everyone can now see from my beamingly bright red nose), and about 80 degrees without a cloud in the sky. But I was getting a little tired of walking, and was beyond happy when we arrived at the little village of Petrohue, and the black sand beaches of Lago Todos los Santos. This lake reminded me somewhat of Lake Cushman in Washington, due to ...