Charming - Luxury Lodge & Private Spa
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... with jacket potato. I was so hungry. I then got chatting to a few people in the hostel and watched the new Inbetweeners movie with a couple of English guys, I then went to bed. On Monday I decided I really wanted a long walk. I had realised that a girl from Hong Kong who I had met in BA was in the bed next to me. We both wanted to go walking so we got a bus to a ski resort called El Catedral. The town and surrounding areas are a ski resort in winter so ...
... away from prying police eyes at the back of shops or offices to actually change the money. We walked up and down the main street a couple of times looking for the dodgy looking men who loiter around and call out "cambio" as you walk past. There were a few around but we were just assessing the situation at first and playing it cool. When we had checked out what was around, it was time to talk to someone and strike a deal! As I said before, most of the guys ...
... We made it to the top and saw the lake where all the water was coming from. Snow capped mountains turned into smooth dark grey rock which descended into the water. On a sunny or non rainy day this view would be one to stand and appreciate but with the wind blowing the rain straight at us we did not stay long. Even my normal cold weather thermals were beginning to feel soggy. We made it down the 50,000 steps (slight exaggeration but it ...
... the name of the lake the guy in the hostel told us you could go swimming in (Lago El Trebol for future reference) so we tried and failed to explain to the bus driver where it might be, never fear, we hopped off the bus and just went to another lake that was nearby thanks to the help of the friendly locals. After a quick swim (wash) in the lake we were good as new!
Went for a few drinks with Sinead, Ian and Paul in the Irish bar which turned ...
... point. And I really wanted to see it, so I joined in. It was an amazing view. We took the chairlift up to the top, it was cold and windy. There was also a little café up there, so I got myself a cup of hot chocolate and a piece of cake with coconut. Guess we stayed there for about an hour. The bus ride back was a pain in the ass. The bus was so full, there was barely room to stand, and it didn't make me feel any better. But I got through ...