Cabanas Natural Park Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Chilean wine...... and perhaps a pisco sour, mango sour, chilean ale and Francisco a James Bond martini. ........ shaken not stirred..... Actually due to the amount of spirit the drink has been renamed "Bomb martini", just ask Francisco how he felt for the next 12 hours !!!. Back to the cabin all ready for a good nights sleep but not before a monopoly challenge with Adam and Cristina.......Adam won....... Heat 2 will be tomorrow... Night ...
... also take routes inaccessible on foot. We spent the day walking through the forest, up and down windy tracks, crossing rivers and streams and very occasionally past the odd gaucho (cowboy) ranch. Whenever we passed a fellow gaucho, ours inevitably paused for a quick chat! At points on the ride the paths were so steep, both whilst in climbing and descending, that the horses actually had to jump up/down to be able to progress forward/on. Although we didn't see many animals ...
... will be cursed with the burden of overanalyzing these words wherever you run into them.
Dietrich and I made a pasta dinner, got some $5 mid-range wine, and watched Iron Man 3, Pacific Rim, and half of a weird coming-of-age indie movie from England.
On day 2, we headed to Parque Huerquehue. Ueueueue. I brought apples and water, to keep the doctor as well as dehydration away. A bus leaving Pucón dropped us off a mere 15 km from the entrance ...
We checked out of the hostel in valdivia and said by to the pet duck and we got on a bus from valdivia to Pucon which took about 3 hours through really beautiful mountain scenery. We arrived in Pucon and got harassed at the bus station when we arrived but we already knew where we were going to stay. We got a map and directions from a guy trying to solicit us and headed to chili kiwi a sweet hostel right on the water front. We checked in and got ...
The next leg of our trip we will be with a group of about 30 people and a tour guide (with Tucan Travel) travelling through Patagonia, up through Argentina and ending in Rio de Janeiro for Carnival. To make travelling Patagonia possible we signed up for a budget tour, meaning we will be spending 40 nights camping (9 other nights in hostels). Though we are not looking forward to the camping so much, we are excited to meet our group and hopefully have friends to grab beers and ...