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- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... little problem. It would take us to Temuco, from where we could catch a bus to Pucón. We were heading out at about noon, thinking the 7 hours of travel time would put us there comfortably in time for a nice dinner.
Then we hit traffic, a seemingly endless line of trucks and cars on the highway. Rather than waiting until the cows came home, we took a detour through several narrow roads between cow ...
... to be a comfortable read. He pulled the intestines out length by length and by jove the scientists are right, they’re bloody long. The bladder looks like a transparent water balloon, the heart looks like a heart and the lungs look like lungs. For some reason I actually imagined them with loads of airspace for, you know, all the air. False, they’re thick and pink and dappled with white bronchiole. Biology in your face. Lucy ...
... and trees everwhere.
We made it to Temuco, where we quickly found the Hospedaje Tribu recommended in the guide. Alvaro was indeed a great host, as the description had indicated. We must have smelled horrible after a 20 km hike in the forest, and campfire smoke for a several nights (I think it has been about a week since the last time I have had a shower....normally I cannot smell my biker stinch, but this time I was indeed a smelly biker.) We were ...
... scary. Not so in Chile! 9 out of 10 restaurants focus their menu on one or more or the following: hotdogs (“completos” – smothered in tomatoes and avocados), hamburgers (the size of your head) and french fries. So much for being homesick.
- Not to worry (for those of you that were). We have found our favorite local bar, and bartender to boot (it’s really easy to become well known when you’re practically ...
... of his called Jocelyn - she was the nurse who looked after Ben's mum when she visited and he crash his truck....long story. Anyway she was lovely.
2 hours back to Pucon and now we wait for our fate to be decided. At least now we are officially illegal immigrants LOL!!