Fairly uninteresting town in the Lake District of Chile, between Pucón and Puerto Montt. The only reason that I passed through this town, is because from here, there's a road that crosses the Chile/Argentina border, and that goes straight to Bariloche. So I had to make a bus connection here. The place is sleepy, average, and lacking in any memorable attractions.
Today was a day of bus trips, and not much else. From Pucón, this morning I hopped on a bus, and rode the 4-hour trip to the town of Osorno, a bit further to the south (but still in the Chilean Lake District). There's really not much to see in Osorno: just another town in a very long country, and one that has very little open on a Saturday, at that. The main reason for stopping in Osorno (and the reason why I came here today), is because it's where the road begins that goes over the Andean mountains, and straight into Argentina. Anyway, I had to wait about 3 hours in Osorno, before I could grab a bus for the rest of today's trip: over the border, and to San Carlos de Bariloche.