Hostal Del Montanes
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Clean modern a good place to stay , a good walk into town center but nice and Quiet
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... local shops to stock up on provisions, Cristina and I took the opportunity to take some sun and lay out on the shores of the lake basking on the heat of the volcanic sand. The atmosphere was very relaxing with locals and holiday makers all enjoying the lakeside, swimming in the blue cool waters. Groups of children were enjoying pushing the pedalos into the water admist the anguish of the lazy dogs enjoying the warmth of the volcanic ...
... gentle trek on nearby tracks and fields, passing through the Mapuche village, and seeing numerous animals including cows, horses, sheep, dogs, chickens and also had the opportunity to pick up the pace and gallop on a couple of flatter sections (a first for most of the group). After a bite to eat we drove to our overnight stop - a beautiful campsite next to a small lake. Our group of 7 could be categorised by those that would jump into a freezing lake and those that would ...
... he had two beautiful, friendly dogs. I think they were collies, or something very similar. Eric introduced the older one as a gentle, friendly guy, and the puppy as a "terrorist."
Plus, there was a kitchen, tv, and computer all tucked away in the hostel part of the building, which felt like a log cabin. It even had a wood stove for warmth.
We could hardly believe our great luck. I had a celebratory apple.
The next morning we ...
... a Perth girl Monique and a Scottish girl Claire. Along with our guide Sergio we walked up and made serious ground on all of the groups who departed before us overtaking group after group. After 3 hours of hiking, photos stops and drinks breaks we got to the final summit push where we rugged up a little more.
We finished the hour long uphill in about 30 minutes, overtaking countless groups on our way up.
The view from ...
... Earth. It is the ultimate 'surf and turf' full of chicken, chorizo, pork, potatoe, dumplings, clams, mussels and beans. Some magic occurs under the ground and 2 hours later the pit is dug up and the feast is ready to be attacked.
With full bellies we left and had a quick stop over in Puerto Varas a cute little town on the edge of a lake, on the edge of a volcano, on the edge of Chile.
We crossed back in to Argentina to explore the ...