Mirador los Volcanes
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a little out of town to our disappointing campground, an overtly shady site that had bathroom blocks that were being constantly cleaned, but were consistently the dirtiest toilets and showers we have ever used. I think the cleaners were simply for decoration. Although the surrounding area is full of outdoor opportunities to hike, kayak and do any other number of adventure sports we decided to take it easy for once and focussed on climbing the towns main attraction. So it ...
... offered to cook dinner tonight and it was fabulous, it was butter chicken and lots of spices. It was a chilled evening as most people knew we had to be up early. Jacques and I watched our first episode of The Flash in the tent and parked cheesy as J would say. Ear plugs were needed that night as the campsite had suddenly been over run with screaming children. ...
... It was quite the abs workout! Back in town, the guides had bought us some decompression beers, and we chilled out in the sun for a while. I'd give the overall thing a tripadvisor rating of 3/5. Poor pace and some well worn in equipment lost it the points. At £41 though it still represents good value.
The afternoon was chilled, with me mainly fighting the urge just to go to bed. We booked our bus out to Santiago, which ...
... of storage, perhaps prematurely. And everything just feels.... magical. New. That was the feeling that overcame me on this first sunny day. It was nothing overly summery, perhaps 21 or 22 degrees. But the sky was clear and blue, and everyone was out having a drink in the middle of the day. After spending a few hours reading in the sunshine while Sam busked, I decided to Hyde Park it up - on a backpacker's budget, of course. I bought an "artisan" beer for Sam, a ...
... Chile was turning out to be one of our favourite places in South America! Pucon was our first true experience in the Lakes District. We stayed here just over four days, in which time we enjoyed the quaint, beautiful (and touristy) little town situated beside a monstrous lake, and her surroundings which were utterly spectacular.
Given that we were in the Lakes District, we ventured out (with new friends Evan (California) ...