Cabanas Natural Park Lodge
Travel Blogs from Pucon
... walked away....nice! I ended up going to the pastry shelf and ordering an apple pastry and we ate it up... We sat there for a few minutes thinking that maybe they were gonna bring us something, then we went to the cash register and paid. Oh well.
The drive today was amazingly beautiful. We entered into the area that we came here to see...The Lakes District, which a portion of is in the Araucania Region. The country of Chile has 15 regions. Each region elects ...
... there with the best things we do on this trip. We’re currently in our second stop in Bolivia so we really do have a lot to catch up on, but hopefully we’re going to chill out here for a while so should get it done.
We hope the snow has finally thawed back home and that you are getting some sign of sunshine!? Don’t take too much of it though as we’ve grown rather fond of it and want it for ourselves!
Take care people and much love!
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... on the Chilean side. On rainy days we have learnt the multiple uses of a Spanish dictionary. We use the pages of Chris' handy dictionary as kindling to start our fires. In doing this we have sacrificed our ability to communicate in Spanish for fire and food, which, as you will find out shortly, has come back to haunt us at later stages in our journey. Anyway we use the pages of the dictionary to get a tiny flame which we gently nurse to life. We huddle around the miserable smoking ...
... the next lot of lakes was flat-ish, but I was already starting to feel a bit rough again. Then of course there was a mirador, lookout to the rest of us, which was another forty minutes straight up. Thankfully we got lucky with the weather, so we could see a few volcanoes, and the general lookout was worth the effort.
Going down over the next four hours was not fun because it was quite a slope. It was mostly dust and gravel and Don fell over ...
... and stopping sweating for a minute or two but my visit to dinosaur paradise was short and sweet, Bull lake would have to wait for another day, I couldn't miss the last bus. I literally skipped down the mountain in about an hour and a half which gave me time visit a couple of waterfalls I’d passed on the way up. That particular waterfall looked excellent to slide down, I wondered if anyone had ever tried it. Giant cascades slapped ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting