Before starting (physically) the trip, I had marked in my map places, hostels, restaurants, that looked interesting to visit, and that might be useful to design the journey. We couldn’t go to all of them, and some were changed during the way. The cities where we end up staying,
It’s 13.45 hs and we leave from the regional bus station, with Narbus company, and almost 2 hours later we get down in the center of Puerto Saavedra.
The breakfast at the guesthouse has toasts, butter, avocado, ham and cheese, and coffee of course, all served by the hosts. Before we go explore Temuco, we want to buy the tickets to Neuquen (just to be safe). So we take the bus line 7 to the Rodoviaria station where
First, breakfast, and then pack the things in the backpacks, ’cause today we’re going to Temuco. Again, we take the bus line “la costera”, to Valdivia (600 clp each). During the journey we cross several bridges, and the sun still follows us close.
¡Promise fulfilled! We wake up with not even one cloud in the sky, and after breakfast we go the opposite direction of where we went yesterday. We can’t believe that we were only two blocks away from Fort of Niebla, one of the must attractions of the town. We don’t
After taking the same breakfast than yesterday at the hostel, we take our backpacks and head to the bus terminal, where on the second floor we find the bus stop of the line “20” that will take us to Niebla, for 650 clp each. Luckily it’s not completely full so we
YO construí la casa. / La hice primero de aire. / Luego subí en el aire la bandera / y la dejé colgada del firmamento, de la estrella, de / la claridad y de la oscuridad. … starts telling Pablo Neruda in the poem he dedicates to his house in
Some useful files: Neuquén map | Borderline crossings 2014 It’s the first time Diego and I have 3 whole weeks to exploit them in vacations. We mentally wandered by lots of places until finally we ended up choosing this trip. We planned part of it at home,