Hotel & Termas Huife
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel & Termas Huife Pucon
Travel Blogs from Pucon
... and champagne song that he kept playing last night - definitely the song of pucon! Was really sleepy, tried to sleep on bus but didn't happen. Got off and checked in paid our 4000 then tried to find food for Omar but everything closed. Typical we were hiking to a viewpoint but weather rubbish but was actually glad otherwise would have been even harder to hike! I found it so hard - was really steep and dirt/sand so not the easiest to climb up. Lucky for me ...
... just before running off the edge of a cliff, Jay thinks it was just a ploy to get resecured by the mountain guides, however it did get her heart pumping a little extra. Once the snow had finished we still had to walk down for another hour or so. We finished off the day with a chat with our new climbing mates and a beer or two at the tour company’s office (Aguaventure), whom provide a fantastic day.
Our last day prior to leaving the Pucon region was spent ...
... and we felt safe without feeling mollycoddled. They cared for our safety maybe a little more than they did their own based on some of their crazy ski jumps on the way down and a jeep tipping incident on the way back into town. We had planned on hitting the road that evening so had checked out the hostel, but we were pretty beat so instead had dinner and pisco sours with Dan and Jan then found a parking spot for the night by the lake with a sweet view of our conquest ...
... sunshine. On our home made clothes lines. Tidy up our tent and sorting out our locker. It looked like a bomb had hit it. Then a few of us decided to go into town to grab some more bits from the supermarket and go for lunch. Lunch was a burger and chips. Eh, not sure I’m actually going to lose any weight on this holiday/adventure.
... the continent, there is every imaginable landscape, cities of every sort, countless cultures, all with their own history, food and music to learn of, and from my experience, you will always, always find people willing to help you, regardless of any language barrier, so long as you pack your sense of adventure, patience and respect.
In short: Go for it!
Wishing you all a Happy New Year (hopefully filled with a bit of travel!),