Rentahome Parque Bustamante
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... Conguillio. We had arrived, and it felt surreal. Waterfalls, glacial rivers, snow, Araucaria trees and volcanos surrounded us! Describing it as beautiful does no justice. Because fresh snow covered the road, and thick clouds slowly creeped in, a unanimous decision to drive back down the high valley was made. This saved us from being stuck as fresh snow fell all night. That morning frost covered our van. Inside the condensation literally froze to ice. By ...
I am a man who likes a plan, so to find myself in Chile (not on my original itinerary) feels both naughty and liberating. Being just across the Andes from Mendoza, it seemed a shame not to visit Santiago, and also means my onward journey will take me north towards the geysers and volcanoes of the Atacama desert. A 3-hour delay at the border (with cute sniffer dogs) meant that I arrived in the city shortly after 11.00pm on Saturday night, just ...
Today we woke up and Bruno had already gone to work. We had looked up the best things to do in Santiago and nothing was that appealing. But being in this apartment alone, it felt like our own pad! After venturing out for some lunch we actually made the most of our time remaining time South America and stayed inside, watching the series 'Suits' in Netflix. It was pretty nice actually, travelling round all the time and making the most of our time ...
... and revengeful. The Mapuche are the largest indigenous group in Chile and the only one to successfully resist the Spanish (as well as the Incan) incursions. To this day there are lingering conflicts over land and territory that the government has been unable to resolve. Some Mapuche have lashed out in covert ways to repel what they see as continuous incursions by large businesses that detrimentally affect the land and the people who still live in ...
... was no sign up list, no key at the main desk, and not even legit towels to use. I essentially had to camp out in front of the only shower room there, then once someone came out, I had to quickly dash in before anyone else found out it was free. While I was using the room, there were people knocking every minute to see if the room was free, and that was just weird. At least I was able to get a shower, so I was very happy about that. Once I finished ...