Hotel Geronimo Pucon
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... were just over the border and hadn't lifted any cash yet we only had 20000 pesos but the lady took pity on us and let us away with the 2 quid. We made a hasty pasta and went to bed. In the morning we were rested enough to appreciate the beautiful setting by the lake, however it was pretty cloudy so we couldn't yet see Volcano Villarica. Imagine a child's drawing of a volcano, that's what Villarica looks like, yet at that stage all we could do too was imagine ...
... br> Perhaps the only drawback of seeing such a place is how high the bar is set for proceeding destinations. To be fair, Bariloche, El Bolson and San Martin De Los Andes are all pretty in their own way. With the "Blue" market for Argentine pesos, and the array of easy (and not so easy!) day treks (particularly around Cerro Llao Llao and up to Refugio Frey), it is a great place to tighten the belt and wear some rubber off your soles. The ...
... We have travelled Patagonia
It’s been very entertaining
And we laughed even when it was raining
Wait a minute, We’ve seen glaciers, Slept in tents
We’ve seen condors, Even penguins
Can’t find a word that rhymes with penguins
Dearest Wendy,Dearest Rick
We’re all sorry, we’ve been sick
It’s been very ...
... All the way to the top. I was scared witless. The only thoughts that crossed my mind in that 5 hours were : 1. One, two, three, dig ice pick in. Hard. 2. Someone once said (and infuriatingly I think it was actually Lance Armstrong who said it first but then, he should know) : "Get Comfortable with being Uncomfortable". I was uncomfortable - very uncomfortable - and I knew I had to get used to it or fall off. Literally. I had no option other than to keep putting one foot ...
... if you were wondering what it is. We spent all night playing with the Chilean equivalent called emboque, which translates to "tight passage" which is exactly what it is.
we developed a sequence of tricks, one which had to be completed before you earn the "privilege" to attempt the next set of tricks. needless to say it was a heap of fun, and is now going to be a Chili Kiwi hostel tradition, so if you head there, don't miss out!