Hotel & Termas Huife
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Pucon
... And that it did. It was bitter cold and the wind was blowing the rain sideways. As miserable as that felt, we were apparently in luck.
Next, our brand new friend, Juan Pablo, drove all six of us around in his pick-up truck searching for a hospedaje in town that was open and had space for all of us to spend the night. But after stepping out of his truck into the pouring rain and cold and knocking on two closed doors without any answers, Juan Pablo ended up driving us ...
... night referring to my method as "the English way". Apparently, its considered dirty to wash your dishes in a sink full of dirty water. And we all know how dirty the English are:))) Well, I think its just plain silly; this from countries where toilet paper is either non existent or has to be paid for? and they must spend half their GDP on dishwashing liquid.
Well I must away to eat.
Ciao for now
... the pain. The trip down was a lot shorter, taking only 2 hours with the snowy/icy sections being covered by way of a personal mini bob sled/plastic seat - sooo much fun sliding down the mountain on that thing! That evening we went to an area that had a bunch of natural hot springs and just sat in these wonderfully hot pools of mineral water for 3 hours, soothing those sore leg muscles. What a fantastic day this ...
... comfortable; our beds were immediately made up so that we could sleep flat out - and sleep we did until we were awakened at 7am the next morning. 760km later, we arrived in Pucon.
Our exchanger, Macarena Ayala, who is Chilean but has lived in America for much of her young life, picked us up and drove us to her beautiful but quirky log cabin here, which is about 15km outside the town. From the garden we can see the snow-capped ...
... experts we are! We ended our stay in Pucon with a typical Chilean BBQ, put on by the lovely hostel we were staying in, which felt like a second home. Something you really make the most of when you are travelling for so long. They cooked chorizo sausage with salsa and bread and some fine steak. There was enough food to feed a small army, and of course, all washed down with Chilean red wine! It was the perfect end to a really enjoyable few days in Pucon.