Malalcahuello Thermal Resort & Spa
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... been dumped by people from "Santiago" and some had been rescued from the river.
The main news on the TV was the heat in Santiago which has reached 35 degrees Celcius. It seems this is unusual. Here in the Lakes it was less harsh and we were glad to have cover where we could rest and watch the day go by. The dogs and cats would occasionally come scrounging of us and made themselves at home.
Dinner was empanaditas (cheese pasties) and ...
... neither of these traits, just the good ones: zero patience and short-term memory loss.
The sheep was firstly strung up by its hooves and Valeria’s grandpa approached it with scissors. I cringed but it turned out he was just giving the old boy’s beard a trim. Soon after however he took a knife to its throat, sliced, diced, and left blood gushing all over the shop. Just as you’d imagine really. His wife was on hand ...
... and lawentuchefe. Actually I’m attempted to do those latter interviews, but walked in circles and into closed doors day after day. Finally today, after waiting three hours to interview the subdirector of a hospital/obstetrician, I finally got a chance to interview a lawentuchefe and it was the most fascinating two hours of my time in Chile. Completely enraptured in our conversation about the loss of traditional contraceptives, I came out of the interview with ...
After leaving Chinquilihuin, we crossed to the other side of the Andes and into Chile for a couple of nights in the town of Temuco and a one night rural home stay with the Mapuche of Chile. The decent out of the mountains and into Chile was incredible. Chile, or at least the part we visited, is very green. It is seriously almost rainforest green. It is the type of vibrant, living green that is only possible in spring of ...
Having decided to originally cross into Argentina via the Cruce de los Lagos, Puerto Montt (Chile) to Bariloche (Argentina!), we then looked at costs of around $160 each, looked at our banks and decide that actually hmm.. No. This is a border crossing made using several ferry/bus combinations over the Andes via the apparently spectacular Lakes District. We had decided instead on a simple overnight bus Santiago to Mendoza as we are now becoming accustomed to. Suggesting this to ...