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TravelPod Member ReviewsNativa Hostel Pucon
This well run hostel was a great base camp for our adventures in Pucon. They work with a great outfitting agency to help you schedule anything you want to do in the area. They also have a great breakfast, with banana smoothies!!!
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... prepared, the weather is changing, it's the end of the season and it would be rushed to get it all done before the trails and campsites close for the winter and I'm still waiting to meet one person actually going there! Too many signs to ignore sadly but as a disappointment buffer I've been making myself feel better with the prospect of going to the Galapagos Islands instead! Patagonia will still be here when I return at the right time of year and when I'm fully kitted out.
... hours of walking isn't the best idea for someone with a broken collarbone... We ended the day with a nice omelette, more pisco and then drinks in an overhyped bar where it was happy hour all day every day (2 for 1 but drinks were double the price of other places...) On our final day in Pucon we had our night bus to Santiago to catch at 9pm so we spent the day exploring the town and chilling at the hostel before going back to our favourite pizza place - couldn't resist a round ...
... couldn’t find the way! We got there just minutes before the bus departed and we clambered aboard, having ditched the third suitcase with all the 'Bowen’ gifts at the Bell’s. We will see John and Mitsie before we go on to our next exchange in Vina del Mar and must then make a decision as to what to do with it all. We certainly can’t lug everything around South America for the next few months!
The overnight bus ...
... to strong winds and too much ice near the summit - we were part of a group of 12 multinationals, the guide was wondering what to language to speak and asked us "English is better?" to which I replied "Always", such banter. A few words were exchanged at the bottom warning us that if we started walking and had to turn round we'd have to foot the cost, bring it on we said (c.1100m). During winter you are able to ski on the volcano so there is a chair lift system in place, we ...
... very last stops. I was also glad though since I had the best view of the unexpectedly beautiful countryside. When I arrived at the hot springs it appeared there was no one there. As I walked further, there were only two girls lying out in what remained of the sun. Eventually I saw about 7 people in total, but it was nice to relax in peace and solitude. The hot springs bordered a river and I could hear the gurgling water as I dipped in the hot water. So soothing for the body and ...