Termas Puyehue Hotel and Spa Termal
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... wind and it was hard going we had got about 2.5km when a local tourist stopped and we hopped in the back tray of his pick up to the springs about another 5km away. Unfortunately we couldn’t camp as it was shut for maintenance (It’s a camp site what do you need to maintain?) so we had to splash out and stay in a cabana which was awesome they were like little mountain chalets and we had access ...
Got up this morning rather late because neither one of us wanted to get out of bed. The fire died out during the night and the room was freezing. Left our cold cabana and took the road back up to the ferry after eating, packing and paying. We are now on our way back to Santiago but we'll take it slowly and stop off for two days each stop, while working our way up North. We arrived in our new apartment on Puyehue ...
....now Patagonia is on par with my love of Japan and it is really difficult to keep to a top 5....there will of course be some honourable mentions at the end. These are in no particular order of magnificence, as to me they were all wonderful....
No 1 - El Chalten (The Fitzroy Ranges), Argentina
Definitely one of our favourite places. It is probably the only free national park in Argentina. The small town is quaint and has great tourist ...
... a muddy puddle, which had partly dried into the ground leaving a thick material like potters' slip. It was immensely tactile......as you can see. Finally we returned to say our fond farewells to Cecilia, who has adopted the children. One can only guess how enormous her adoptive family is. Please remember Cecilia and her off-spring - if they venture around the globe as students or alike, there will be a three-line whip from the social ...
... the Banos de Caulle This was a trek Lisa had wanted to do as it involved hot thermal pools which you could bath in apparently (a bit of luxury is what a girl needs on a trek!). Unfortunately last year and earlier this year the thermal pools erupted and are no longer there (not fair!!) so the trek described in our Lonely planet Trekking in Patagonia book no longer exists as ...