- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... sandwiches with our host, while watching the sun set over the lake. So gorgeous. Being the active souls that we are/have become, yesterday we rented bikes and cycled the Circuito Chico, a 32km circuit that circles Lago Moreno. There weren't that many places to stop and swim, but we visited an old Swiss village which was slightly odd and extremely touristy, and the Hidden Lake, or Lago Escondido. The cycle was quite hard, as it went up and down all the hills (up up up and down), ...
... 8217;s room. Little more noisy as people come in and out, but everyone was very considerate to others. Initially I didn’t know what sort of ‘dorm etiquette’ there is, for example do people really lock their valuables away all the time, do you get changed in the dorm etc. So in this particular hostel people did lock away only their expensive things, laptops, money, passport I suppose. And in terms of getting changed, that is what the bathrooms are for. Now ...
... indoors, then at night splurged on a fancy bottle of wine, and made our own gluten free pizzas from scratch. And might I say, they were freaking delicious.
The next day the weather cleared up beautifully, so we packed our camping gear up, and took a bus out to Colonial Suiza, a small Swiss colony just an hour out of town. When we arrived we quickly realised that all the campsites were closed for the down season. Thankfully a kind hotel owner let us camp on her grounds and use ...
... your whole trip could come crashing down around you if you do not take these rituals and precautions as the most serious part of the day. Believe me, you get tired and you can get sloppy. I have the laptop of course,this is the only thing I carry in a bag and thus the only thing I need to worry about keeping safe as all the rest of my valuables are on my body.Over 50% of the hotels I have stayed in have not had a safe and of the ones that have had them I have trusted ...
... up in the ditch. It didn't feel too bad and luckily no one was hurt. After we crawled out the side window one by one we could see how deep the truck was buried, slanted at about a 45 degree angle. If you can be lucky after something like that happens we definitely were as within 10 minutes of the crash first a tractor stopped to try to help and the next vehicle to pass was a bus that happened to be 90% empty. With a little cash in hand from our tour guide, the driver agreed ...