Hotel and Spa Araucarias
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and sat for a while doing a bit of trip planning in the sun. Early afternoon she went back to the hostel to wait for Alejandra, her friend from Temuco, to arrive. The two of them walked to the Patagonia Experience office to check what time David should be back and decided there would be no time for lunch beforehand so they settled for an ice cream and walk around instead, before heading back to the hostel to wait for David.
David's group ...
... and even holds title of strongest ever earthquake of nearly 9.5. This slither of South America, along with it's appearance of a Chilli pepper, has a highly checked past and was another one of the many American political 'projects' gone astray. Under the governance of General Pinochet, after the largely socialist rule Allende was deemed a little to 'commie' by Ric********** and his acidic right hand man Henry Kissenger. It was a rule ...
... video I know).
After we arrived in the hostel, we made pasta for dinner. Three packs of pasta and 3 cans of sauce for 8 people. Fair to say we were a little hungry :D.
Had time to shoot some awesome sunset pics though.
Afterwards we had to hurry to be ready on time to go to the termals.
None of us knows how long the drive really was because we were all sleeping :D.
Arriving there, we first had to change. Freeeeeeeze. And afterwards, get into the hot ...
... as well and then literally drove Noa, me and Juan Pablo around town looking for friends of theirs who would be willing to take us on that alternative passage as soon as possible. Noa could hardly believe that she was driving around town in the back seat of a cop's car...WITHOUT HER SEAT BELT FASTENED!
Once the local police officers informed us that not only was the primary road to Pucˇn closed, under at least a meter and a half of water at that point, but, due ...
... on the wall to kill as much time as I could. I mucked around for the rest of the day and waited around for my shuttle to the airport. The distances are deceptive. The light travels really well in Atacama, I could see the lights of Calama from the shuttle, half an hour later we still hadn't reached them.
The plane was delayed. I think it was because it was overloaded (I couldn't understand the announcement). I had never seen so many people on a plane. We were ...