Arrebol Patagonia Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the time I woke up, Lee had been my constant companion for a month, and his departure came too soon and too sudden for both of us. There are reasons why you should go travelling with someone and reasons why you should go travelling alone - I'll get into these in a later post - but I honestly don't think I could have done the last month without him. He'll be missed.
The evening after Lee left Alfonso took me out and bought me a series of strong cocktails. I was soon smiling again.
... and take my chances. So I say breezily "See that poster. It's advertising a Valentine's Dinner. " Instantly Kathleen realises I have just bitten ******* an enormous hook at the end of a line she is holding. "We haven't missed it have we?" I say. "You tell me. Have you missed it?" comes the reply from the other end of the line in my mouth. I don't know is the answer, but I am still clinging to the hope that I have not, based on the fact that I am still alive. ...
... has earthquakes every day apparently, but not too many are felt thank goodness. After tendering ashore we braved a local bus to who new where, then we walked and walked. A lovely sunny day today but still a little cool. The downtown was very busy and it was interesting hearing the locals chattering away in Spanish. I've tried out my very basic Spanish at times and done quite well. ...
... We slowly synchronized with the Chilean rhythm and soon we were not racking our brains for things to say during the awkward silences. Instead we just stood in front of the pile of manure we had to shovel and smiled for a while first.
Later that day we worked (or rather stood and talked) in a lavender field atop a hill. Behind the miserable grey clouds the dying sun resurrected its luster as it dipped below the clouds to cast its last glorious rays of ...
... the hike, but at the top it was truly breaktaking. We were actually above the clouds! I wish I could add pictures, but itīs impossible to find a computer with an SD slot. If you want to know more about the volcano, you can read the wikipedia article. After hours of climbing, it was great to finally descend the mountain. Of course, it wasnīt a boring walk downhill. They set up runs in the snow where you can slide down on your butt, or with a plastic sled for ...