Hotel O Gudenschwager
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Alejandro, the owner is a delight. Breakfast is delicious and the showers hot! Beautiful hotel, very relaxed atmosphere and spotless
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The second day of my trip in central Chile took me 707km along the Panamerican Highway. We quickly dropped into Santa Cruz. The (usual) hot dry climate here makes it perfect for growing every single one of my favourite grape varieties : Malbec, Carmenere, Syrah and of course Cab. Sav. so it's a shame I'm gonna have to bypass this place! But the …
... mainly birds, sheep and a few tarantulas, we did get the opportunity to see a huge range of different vegetation. The park itself is most famous for its native monkey puzzle trees which are huge and, according to Tim, can sustain an exiled army sniper for several years! The last few kilometres of the day were along a dirt track that was so dusty, you lost sight of the horse in front, we arrived at our second camp, where we'd be staying for two nights. This camp swapped ...
... in the sun to eat our packed lunch (that we made for the bike ride). After another quick soak, we changed back into our clothes for a drink on the bar's terrace.
Our pick up arrived at 4.30pm as agreed and drove us back to Pucón in time to pick up the rental car. It wasn't the car we had booked, we were given one with a smaller engine that might struggle on the hills, but it is a bit cheaper.
Before heading off ...
... glacial water. We got a brief tutorial composed mostly of hand singles in completely butchered English the three of us were off floating down this very fast moving river on foam boogie boards. Soon after we entered we were faced with our first set rapids, like a wave pool on crack. We zoomed between rocks , down quick dips, splashing through huge waves....it was wicked good fun ....and suddenly I wasn't cold anymore....apart from my feet, ...
Our last weeks away so we had to squeeze in as many activities and as much local food as we could and no better place than Argentina and Chile's lakes district for that.
Chiloe was first port of cal:, full of palofitos (stilt houses on water), rich Chilian mythology and the home of the CURANTO. One of the most delicious dishes in all our travels. We were lucky enough to partake in preparing and then eating a traditional Curanto which is cooked ...