Hotel & Termas Huife
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... were ****** i was picturing the past in my head and imaging how cool those places were in their times. We spent the New Year eve at the Hill Concepcion which was actually a really cool place. Very artistic with lots of graffiti on the walls in most of the streets, restaurants and cafes. I loved that place but other than that Valparaiso is in fact a messy place with crazy people on the roads. Like ...
... lava below. There were also amazing views of all the surrounding lakes, mountains and volcanoes.
We only spent 30 minutes at the summit before we changed into our "descent" equipment. In addition to pants and jacket, we put on what was affectionately described as a "nappy" - and probably because it so closely resembled one. It's actually quite hard to describe, but essentially it was waterproof materiel that was strapped round your ...
... was of the job at hand it was fine, teaching myself Spanish and thinking of murderous ways to stop snoring ******** were but 2 thing to keeps my mind off it.
Eventually after a couple of false peaks it was job done, but all I could think about was lamenting the fact I didn't have my board to get back down! But, the guides had a different and fun may to get down which was to slide down and use the ice pick for speed control with the tag ...
... days, we assumed we would be in the clear. We apparently thought wrong and quickly learned that with the accumulation of snow in the Andes, followed by the recent warmer weather and rains, a good bit of the snow had melted and run off into the rivers below which had flooded the exact pass that should have taken us to Santiago the next day. The bus driver stopped the bus at the point right before the river overtook the road and informed us, the passengers, that there was ...
... in the Winter Olympics and you'll get the idea. Throwing myself down the first run, the buzz was electric. Like a Helter Skelter on ice, memories of juenvenille 'snow days' out on the hills came flooding back to me. Once the initial worry had subsided, I felt like a natural. My streamline posture allowed me to get some genuine air on the slopes, something Eduardo had warned us about. Towards the end of a speedy jaunt I came over a rise in the snow to see ...