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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of mint, peas, or whatever was just picked from their garden, not to mention the extra special delivery one night of locally brewed beers. Further, we all savored our two nights sleeping in actual beds. Needless to say, when the time came Monday morning, we were all a bit sad to leave this place.
We left Puyahuapi as late as possible, with checkout at 11 am, "más o menos." We slept in, after a long night specifically for me, of checking Eli's status hourly, ...
... Saturday. One Brazilian who'd been trying to catch a bus for a few days sloped off to cry, never to be seen again. Arthur and Bennett headed off to walk the 68 'clicks' (kilometer to me and you) to the next town of Villa Santa Lucia where they could get a bus onwards. They were clearly unimpressed by the weakling who couldn't walk and ditched us. Aghhhhhhh we'd have to resume our **** hitch hiking career! Well... Tomorrow. Over the staple breakfast of coffee, freshly made ...
... 1100; дней мы проех
83;ь - это грунт
72; в Чили
... Ohiggins is the town Chile forgot then this is the road that everyone forgot! Gravel with craters which would be better suited to the moon.The bus trip passes without incident for 3 more hours with the only thing of note being someone calling for a toilet stop. So we stop and all pile out of bus. Ladies to the left, men to the right....no actual toilets to speak of. The 4th hour of the journey begins. Amanda and I are engrossed in our respective mp3 players, the ...
... in. WHAT???!!! I was about to demand a refund for the food I consumed rappidly and without being hungery but suddenly I got called from the bus which was about to leave without me.
A 10 KM south-west drive on a bus which awaited us on the chilean side, and we arrived at the little "Kibbutz" of Futaleufu. A 1000 people cute tiny town structured in grids, and made up of only wooden houses bulky like it was the 18th century, with a charming plaza in the middle ...