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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it was much to far to try and get to conguilio tonight and helped me throw my bike in the back of his 1970s pick up with 'Phil' the dog! Juan was a 73 year old rural farmer, I managed a fairly decent conversation in Spanish for the 30 minute drive on unbelievably bad roads. It would have taken me hours! We shared a warm beer on route and he stopped to pick up some wild flowers which he said were good for your stomach. We stopped to help some Chilean tourists who were ...
... the back of a sticker but I knew if I tried all hell would break loose, sinew and muscle would be flying left right and centre. He used his fist to ease the wool from the skin so as not to rupture it. It was hard work for an old man but he got there in the end, slicing around the neck so that the entire fleece came loose whole. Then he took a knife to the neck and a few creaks and cracks later it thumped onto the ground, eyes gazing up at ...
... don’t say no! (This is even endorsed by Heidi who is terrified by anything other than an all white-meat chicken breast with fat already cut off). The Chilean specialty “cazuela” is a tasty soup with a full corn on the cob, a half of a baked potato, a big slice of pumpkin/squash, and a piece of chicken still on the bone all just sitting in the broth. It’s delicious.
- What we don’t think twice ...
... tro, un pigeon me chie sur la tête...
J'aimerais pouvoir dire que ce n'était rien du tout, que c'est parti avec un mouchoir, mais non! C'était un champion du monde du dégazage sauvage, un coliqueux de compétition nourri aux prunes, un adepte des propulsions alternatives qui devait se retenir depuis deux semaines. Non seulement il m'a fait un shampoing de hippie, mais en plus l'éclaboussage a tartiné mes deux sacs-à-dos, et jusqu'aux vêtements de Daniela! Fin ...
... foudn the street with rows of hostales and hospedajes in it. Oh well. We spent a long time walking aroudn town - the first thing I did was buy peas and cherries form the market ladies on a street corner so had something to munch on when walking. This kind of fast tavel does a disservice tothe cities we visit and is a good way to get jaded. Almost ate caballo but th eplace was closed when we got to it. ate at a very good restaurant called "el Fogon" each place we stop fora meal ...