Pucon Green Park Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Instead we took ourselves on a tour of the areas we hadn't seen yet. That afternoon we met up with our Swiss friend and headed for the Los Pozones hot springs. To get there they have a local bus that like for the national park only runs a few times a day, so you have to be careful not to miss your bus, especially on the return leg. The springs themselves consist of 7 pools dotted along side the river. While the river is freezing (Chris had to go in so can vouch for the ...
... of speaking at a normal rate. ****** me off a bit actually; reminds me of the French. What is the point of yabbering away a hundred miles an hour at someone who clearly is not a fluent speaker? Now I know why my Japanese students were always so grateful that I spoke very slowly and deliberately and would write words down for them so they could look it up.
The hostel is great, it is owned by 2 little ...
... dirt road, we reached the trail down to the waterfall and bumped into two girls from our hostel who warned us it was steep, muddy and slippery... Off we went in our flip flops, blissfully ignorant of the perils ahead of us. We arrived at the descent and it looked like we would have to climb down...! It was ridiculous. Determined to get to the waterfall, we decided to go bare feet...it was ridiculously steep and after getting a good view we decided to be sensible and ...
... and a few packs of dried fruit were carried separately as gifts for our hosts in Santiago. When we left France, we had vowed to travel lightly but here we are again, laden down!
We took the morning bus to Santiago from Mendoza, so that we could enjoy the journey across the Andes. It was spectacular. It seemed as though the bus was travelling through an endless valley, alongside lakes and rivers with towering mountains on either side. ...
Climbed up Volcano Villarrisa near Pucon, Chile today, it's one of the most active around. Went up to 2800m (so went up 1400m in height), through the snow using ice picks (45 degree slope). It took us about 4-5 hours to reach the summit, was really hard work. My bad lung capacity kicks in about 2500m, so I struggled. But it was totally worth it - the view was ...