Hosteria Salto del Carileufu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- Kids pool
- Outdoor pool
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... ready to do this...my heart a flutter, for more reasons than one. Scary 1200 meters up a volcano, starting at 2200 meters, going with an ice pick as a tool, going with my fellow yogi and might I add, easy on the eyes, semi-English speaking, new Spanish friend who is all sorts of in better shape than me I'm sure and with a guide of which he met at a party two nights ago that lasted until 5am...dear universe, please let the guide be better rested tomorrow!! Wish me ...
... us back to Santiago by April 25. From Santiago, our plan is to continue our South American journey through Uruguay, Brazil and Paraguay by way of public transportation. At the moment, we are all giddy at the prospect of having a "home" for the next six weeks, with the same bed each night and without needing to pack up and move every few days.
Despite the volcanic landscape and all of its associated geothermal energy, strangely, Pucón reminds me of home, with ...
... go out that way, it'll be in a hotel suite, rope round my neck and cock in hand). Also, clouds began to roll in, reducing visibility to about a foot in front of your face, so we had to head down. At this point you are given a plastic tray and you shoot down man-made luge tracks on your ****. It would be fairly mental on a clear day, but sliding down inside of a cloud was insane. You're meant to use the ice pick as a brake, but it's close to impossible to control ...
... for another 5 min break after about another hour, it is now getting really cold and the wind is picking up. Everything aches, calves, thighs, ankles, back , there were so many times when I just wanted to give up, but our guide kept saying, just around the corner, only another 30 mins! Bloody liar! You could see what looks like the top and then when you get there, there is another ridge to climb, and then another. Tam and Andy spurred me on as I really just wanted to ...
... change! Instead, we decide to take advantage of the numerous hot springs that the local area has to offer (and there are many). The one we head to is the most distant – and indeed, most expensive – but is also considered to be the best. We head over there and are not disappointed – it’s a wonderful closed valley with many, many hot spring pools. The location is incredible, really genuinely beautiful. Mind you, entry is expensive, but as we ...