Hotel La Casona de Pucon
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... road to Coñaripe. We had some exceptionally nice views of the lakes and Volcan Villarrica. We didn't bother stopping, we wanted to get to the hot springs at Termas Geometricas which was a further 17km on a more hilly and windy gravel road. We had stunning views of the river and snow covered volcano and mountains as we drove further into the hills. At one point we came across dozens of goats walking up the road, they weren't too bothered about getting ...
... it was a boring **** hole without soviet era grimness and my interest waned quickly.
Not untouched by shitness was my sanctity of sleep, and this is a virtue that has been shared by a lot of places I've stayed so far in SA, I'm not sure whether it is the red meat/Red wine combo or the over abundance of rice and beans. But, people seem to snore up a ****en storm here!! My reactions vary from the passive aggressive "shut the **** up" ...
... out of town to a place he knew of on a beautiful piece of land with several empty cabañas. Though a bit pricey, by this point all of us, frustrated by our total lack of options and irritated by the miserable weather, decided to stay put.
This cabaña, one of several laid out on this beautiful slice of land in the Cautín Province in the Araucanía Province of Chile, called Kila Tai Tai Lodge, Mapuche for Trés Cascadas, or Three Waterfalls, was large, relatively ...
... raining. They are the most comfortable buses I've ever seen. I booked the cheapest seat (around $35 NZD) and the seats were so comfortable. It made the journey go quick.
Sat 7th June. The bus got into Pucon around 7.30 am. It was still dark, freezing cold and raining. I spend s few minutes putting my jacket on and waterproofing myself. Matt had recommended staying at a place called Chile Kiwi so I set about trying to find it. I walked two steps when a taxi driver stopped ...
... the Thursday (turned out to be the nicest day all week), and rented bikes to head out to some waterfalls we heard about from Amy and Michael (a lovely couple we met in our hostel). The ride was really difficult, the guy told us to take this beautiful scenic route there and the highway back. It was a 40km round trip. The way there was dirt road and mostly up hill. Vicki fell off half way there. It was really hard but the waterfalls were worth it. Water streaming down into ...