Cabanas Ruca Lemu
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- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the group had to stop which made me anxious because they had to stop because of me. Finally I just said to one of the guides that I was ready to call it in and not go any further. At first I couldn't help but feel ashamed, I'm a freaking yoga teacher, I'm in good shape... I do head stands and bend like a pretzel....but none of this applies to altitude and trekking. And I realized this issue has been something I have had forever, I've pretty much always hated running ...
... but even then you have crisp white snow to look at and where our ice picks had penetrated the surface you can see the ice blue-turquoise from the glacier below.
I reached the top in 4th position. Chi struggled at our pace and for the last hour one of the guides accompanied her at a slower pace which was nice because her panting and whining was a little worrying at times. At the summit we could see, smell and almost touch the smoke bellowing from the depths of the pit. ...
... Cursing every ounce of items I had put in my pack, and glaring up at the people who had chosen the chairlift, I powered forward following in the steps of a guy who had music playing from his phone. If I fell back too far I couldn't hear the music and lost motivation, so I kept a close march behind him. As it turned out in the end, that initial climb without switchback would ...
... t as we were ushered into the chair lift before we could think. I had been debating hiking to save myself the extra £10 but probably would have regretted it 3 hours into the hike. We were in a group of 9 plus 3 guides. We stepped out into the snow in a line after a quick lesson on how to use the ice axe. We zig zagged up the steep snow, I started chatting to a couple of mothers both who were travelling round the world in a camper van with their families for one ...
Obviously I woke up on the bus. Felt pretty rested. Only woke up two or three times to stretch my neck. Think we arrived around 9ish. Which meant like half an hour after I woke up. Pucón is considered to be the adventure capital of Chile. Loads of outdoor activities to do. In Pucón we stay at Dondegerman hostel, which was a 10 min walk away from the bus station. When we arrived at this place we sat down and Guidi (our tour leader) went briefly through all the activities we could ...