Hostel Pucon Sur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... hostel I was questioned where I had learned my Spanish as when I required the attention of a staff member younger than me, 'Senor' is apparently far too formal. We both laughed at this as it the equivalent of 'Sir' in English.
In the afternoon we joined the locals and holidaymakers from Santiago at the the popular beach by the lake where the water, though initially cold, was refreshing. The day seemed to get hotter by the hour and at 6 ...
... full and we loved it here so much that for our last 2 nights we had to move to La Tetera, nice, but not as nice.
So, what did we do. After a day or rest and relaxation (travelling it very tiring business), we went White Water Rafting - AMAZING FUN!!!!! We loved it. We ended up in a raft with 4 mad girls from Santiago, 2 of whom fell out, one on the smallest rapids as Richard tried to pull her back in as our funny guide ...
... about a km to reach the lake but I wasn't going along those terrible roads to not get a swim at the end of it! First bath since leaving the UK, and it was warm! Next challenge, sand! Skinny tyres + heavy bike = nearly impossible to ride on sand! I let the tires down to about 20psi and it got a bit better, I still had to walk plenty of sections as the sand was so deep. This wasn't in the guide book! An average of about 5k an ...
... make it down to the black sand beach, and did some reading in a park on the lake. We caught the night bus out to Santiago around 8. It was pretty new and was the first to offer blankets and travel pillows, but when the women in front reclined to semi cama I had the least space of any bus I've been on in ...
... of storage, perhaps prematurely. And everything just feels.... magical. New. That was the feeling that overcame me on this first sunny day. It was nothing overly summery, perhaps 21 or 22 degrees. But the sky was clear and blue, and everyone was out having a drink in the middle of the day. After spending a few hours reading in the sunshine while Sam busked, I decided to Hyde Park it up - on a backpacker's budget, of course. I bought an "artisan" beer for Sam, a ...