Hotel and Cabanas Monte Verde
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... in the downpour to walk around the lovely falls and the deep blue lagoon they ran into. For New Years Eve we joined a pizza party the hostel were having, where we got chatting to Dan from Alaska/Hawaii and Jan from the Netherlands. We headed to the lake for fireworks at the bells. The show was impressive and the town was jumping with Chilean families and international tourists. After the show we returned to the hostel where in standard fashion I had to be put to ...
... only by horse in basic rural settings.
A friend of mine (let's, for arguments sake, call her Megan Henning) recently asked me what South American city or town I would live in. Medellin is eminently liveable, and Santiago is smooth as it gets, but the town of Pucon has it all. The nearby Parque Nacional Huerquehue stops you in its tracks, with its tranquil lakes an absolute knock out (Lagos Chico and Toro for instance, where the sun ...
... green leaf as garnish. Rick appeared with a jug of burning pisco and proceeded to pour it on everyone’s pudding. Quite a stunning performance. To complete the speeches, Wendy had invented an acronym for the Silver Stars:
Silver hair they may have, but they’re:
Interested and Intelligent
Lively and Loving
Vibrant and Victorious
... t take a single droplet of insulin on board for any of the food I ate on the trek, which included two bananas, a dry bread roll I'd nicked from Alejandre's breakfast table, a milka chocolate bar (oh yes!!), a full tub of 12 glucose tablets, god knows how many lemon wafer bars - a full packet actually I think - and an apple (had there been any other carbs left I'd have taken them over a frozen apple). This would usually be a full days allowance of insulin and then ...
... to the icy conditions they get.
However for the trekking the chairlift sometimes runs which cuts off about an hour of walking, but of course, it wasn't working today. We took a few minutes to adjust our equipment and get appropriately geared up for the adventure when we were greeted by a pretty spectacular sunrise. The mountain lit up pink and the views of Pucon and the surrounding mountains were pretty special in the yellow ...