Hotel Geronimo Pucon
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Right, so after our 14 hour day trip from San Martin to Pucon, we arrived at about 930pm. We had a little taste of Temuco because we had to cross town to another bus station, and we were thankful we weren't staying for more than hour. We have been looking forward to Pucon. It was Lizzys first time and my second, and I have been ranting and raving about this oasis set against a volcano, flush with a beautiful lake, and surrounded by other mountains. However our ...
... in room and checked out navimag boat from puerto montt to puerto natales as tim told us about it. Facetimed mum. Then off horse riding. Was pretty scary as no helmet even though we were going super slow. Scenery quite pretty. Poor horses as climbed up this big hill and pretty steep. Got off at the top and scoffed my face with blackberries - yum! Ellie and I got a black tongue as ate so much. Was pretty scary going back down as steep. Kept bloody ...
... cold water in to temper the natural heat. The final lowest area was the fast flowing, icy river. We tended to alternate between the icy river and the bath warm pool, though personally I definitely spent more time in the latter! Day two was also punctuated by what would become known as Adam's heroic dismount. The horses had been ably trotting through puddles, streams and vegetation all day when the horse that Adam was riding suddenly stepped into some deeper mud. As his ...
... few spots of rain, so we could manage the walk into town to our hostel. Maria lived in Pucón for about 3 months, but that was 7 years ago and there has been a fair bit of changes in that time.
Once we had ourselves oriented, it was an easy enough walk to Hostal la Nuez. Apart from being early in the morning, we were the only ones staying here so it was a struggle to get the door answered and let in. ...
... a sharp incline. That was it for the next 5 hours. The wind became absolutely ferocious and I genuinely felt like I could have been blown off the volcano face at any time. I had to stop so many times just to get a good enough stance to stop that from happening. Sometimes almost crouching/in a foetal position, it was that bad. The snow underfoot was frozen completely solid and the only hope you had of staying upright was to step into the hopefully well-trodden ...