Hotel & Termas Huife
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- Swimming pool
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... the pesky clouds. We drove to Pucon and found our hostel. By this time the rain had started and it was pretty chilly so we had a lazy day of lunch and a wander in town then chilling in the hostel in the indoor hammock chairs by the fireplace. The rain had progressed into a sleety hail by the next day, Hogmanay, but to continue with our obsession with all things water based we drove to some nearby waterfalls, the Eyes of Caburgua, and were lucky to catch a half ...
... of a thick juicy steak (medium rare of course!), a tasty Malbec and some chocolate for dessert, not to mention the countless extracurricular activities on offer, mean that few travelers leave Ruta 40 unsatisfied.
But for me, the Chilean side of the border is where it's at. There is no doubt about the variety of lifestyles. There is the glam of the holiday houses in Puerto Varas, but within short drives, people live in simple cottages, ...
... It’s been awesome, really swell…. thankyou
Take me home, oh mudda fadda, take me home, I think that now I must return to my boring time back home….
When it came to dessert, Wendy and Rick had another surprise. They had taught the cook how to make a plum pudding… in a cloth and it was brilliant. It was served with homemade ice-cream with a red rose petal ...
I feel like the quality of these things has really dropped in recent weeks. Maybe everyday is too often. Or just what's contained here in is a bit ****. I'll try and tighten it up.
Finally a lie in! It turned into a beautiful day, but being stuck in jeans I didn't really make the most of it. I ...
The rest of the group carried on going up and one of the guides stayed with me. He was great to be honest (a sports junkie who climbed up mountains with his mountain bike - for fun) and was very reassuring. I wasnīt having a panic attack or anything but i was nervous and scared (he didnīt know the English word for scared at the beginning, i bet he did by the end. I had to say i had fear). Anyway we climbed to a point that i was satisfied with. It was ...