Hotel and Spa Araucarias
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... people all over the streets everywhere in Valparaiso that night. Crazy night!
A bit of Viña del Mar...
Next day we had to wait our night bus to Pucon. So we went to Viña del Mar to enjoy a little bit from the beach. It was just a small beach with lots of people there. Considering that the capital of Chile (Santiago) doesn´t have ocean output. Looks like all Chilean was in there! Hence as ...
... nappy, on the lower section we used the plastic sledge as well for a bit more speed. The snow was soft and it was kicked up in clumps as we twisted and turned through the hollowed out path of the earlier **** skiers - it was a bit like being on a water slide. We slid down the mountain for nearly 2km in 30 minutes and it was actually more exhausting than the climb up.
Maria, meanwhile, had been for a walk around the town and then went to ...
... don't **** it up or you'll stab yourself" 1 by 1 we headed down.
It was a great day finished off by a few beers and some good food at a local joint with the other mountaineers and the staff of the hostel Chilli Kiwi, which if you ever get here you must stay, like a family log cabin I could have stayed here for far longer. Alas I have to drag my ass to the nations capital, I hope you've enjoyed this instalment,
talk to you soon.
... In a boat, perhaps, but not in a bus.
We left our bags on the bus, as did all of the other passengers, and sat in a café with a Dutch fellow named Franz who was trying to reach Pucón in order to climb the nearby Volcano Villarica, and whom we now consider to be our friend. The six of us sat by a wood burning stove, sipping coffees con leche (with milk) while eating crepes and pizzas as we tried to keep warm by the fire. We were now officially stuck in the village ...
... as an anchor not to be waved above our heads. Whoops! A few runs later and my pick-axe came flying out of my hands after getting a little carried away by my need for speed. Tash, who was following my down, thankfully spied the sharp danger glistening in the snow and swerved skilfully to avoid colliding with it herself. Although they seemed to let us cause havoc on the slopes, the tour guides had complete control on the slopes. Saying that, when you've witnessed ...