Hostal La Nuez
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- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... in at the first petrol station we see to get it pumped up. Thankfully my phrasebook has this covered and we´re able to replace the tyre and patch the spare at a garage the following day. The thing I´m able to say most fluently in Spanish now is an explanation of the saga of two flat tyres to Chilean mechanics. Unfortunately, knowing how to say ¨please can you check the pressure of the other tyres too¨ isn´t helpful in any other situation.
... and cool, as if this was in the itinerary. Hmmmmm, had I missed something when I signed up for this? Eduardo, our burly guide, then instructed us to dig deep in our backpack for the necessary equipment; firstly the sledge and secondly, the harness. The sledge was basically an oversized child's spade used for digging sand on the beach. This simply clipped onto the front of the harness and was snuggly tucked underneath the ****** area and sat on. Simples. Ed gave ...
Our last weeks away so we had to squeeze in as many activities and as much local food as we could and no better place than Argentina and Chile's lakes district for that.
Chiloe was first port of cal:, full of palofitos (stilt houses on water), rich Chilian mythology and the home of the CURANTO. One of the most delicious dishes in all our travels. We were lucky enough to partake in preparing and then eating a traditional Curanto which is cooked ...
Ruby: After a whole day of sitting on the bus, we arrived into Pucon at midnight, where we were greeted by the lovely hostel owner, Jose. He was having a drink in the garden with his friends and a few of the guests, and invited us to join them. Colin: One of the hostel's guests was a Londoner, probably mid to late 30s. I can't even remember his name, probably because I'd happily remove all memory of him. As soon as he saw us he said 'thank **** for some English ...
... up, and trying not to fall over in the mud was hilarious! Back in town as we were so tired that we decided it go out for dinner rather than cook. We found a great place called Trawen that had 2 for one cocktails on offer for happy hour so a couple of mojitos were in order. A delicious meal of salmon, cous cous and baked aubergine was a welcome relief from pasta and ham and cheese sandwiches! More drinking and games back at the hostel with the other hostel residents. Another great ...