Quincho Country Home
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... had to carry out the sacrifice. According to the legend she lay down in a field of flowers and went to sleep. He cut out her heart, covered it with a branch of the sacred canelo tree. Then a condor flew down, ate the heart and took the branch to the summit. The mountain appeased, Quitralpique killed himself to join Licarayan in the afterlife. (Sigh ..)
We were quite thrilled when we found the church and the view that inspired GC to ...
... clearly wasn't the way most people walked on the 'lake side track'. The walk turned into more of a 'bush bashing' exercise and we stumbled our way across the 100m section of lakeside. With only a few scratches, jumps across rocks in the water and crawling between entangled tree branches, we made it to another small beach. Sensibly, we decided to take the path up into the forest and found the correct path back to the start of the walk.
... on our hike in Torres del Paine as a light and cheap option to waterproof our mitts as our gloves were soaking midway through the hike. I'm sure our porters will get a kick out of that. After a quick lunch at the end of our hike on the shores of Emerald Lake (aka Lago Todos los Santos) in Vincent Perez Rosales National Park, we stopped by the waterfalls of the Petrouhue river. The water was so clear and so blue (so you know ...
... I turn around and I return her greeting and within a few seconds the whole class has surrounded me and are giggling as only teenage school girls can.I start up the conversation:
“Hello,my name is Nick and I am from England,”
There is lots of excitement and more laughter and I can tell they want to practice their English but are a little shy to break out.
I think quickly…..”Do you like One Direction?”...the British boy ...
... up as close as we could to the one shelter there, attempting to stay dry. We waited for the group of fifteen or so happy drunk people left, leaving us there alone except for one lonely dog who ended up keeping us company until we left the following morning. We cooked in our new kitchen in the back of ...