Hotel El Ciervo
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... dinner. Our volcano guide had advised that we eat pasta, and how lucky were we that on the menu in the hotel was Smoked Salmon Fettuccine… 8 of us ordered it! Venison, turkey and trout were also reported to be excellent.
Wednesday 10 December
Wendy had ordered early morning calls for everyone, but either she slept through her call, or it didn’t happen! Thankfully ...
When I was in high school and not doing well in school my parents had me tested to see if I had a learning disability. Turns out there is not a name for it, but basically I have anxiety when it comes to tests. So I had a doctor's note to take tests separately from the other students and untimed so I wouldn't feel so much pressure to finish because they were finishing before me and that way I had a legal document stating I could day dream in the middle of tests. Now this ...
... all that and some gravel sliding we made it back in time for victory beers and empanadas in town :). That was the main event in Pucon. We had other , options but chose to just enjoy the town and the views due to weather and energy levels before embarking on the next bus hop south to Valdivia. Shout out to the loud mouthed Kiwi who kept us up three nights running with his pointless observations on the state of the world at 3am, you probably changed so much with your words. ...
... district so
surrounded by gorgeous lakes with beaches on and it is still very, very hot
here. The Volcano looms over the town and as you walk around it you get
constant glimpses of it through the streets.
We arrived quite late so we went to confirm our volcano
trip, then headed in to camp for dinner and an early night – we are being picked
up at 7 tomorrow morning so need our rest.
... a big role. It the weather is not near perfect, no climbing the volcano. If it is raining, rafting becomes a problem and the only thing left to do is go to one of the many thermal pools in the area. That information made planning of our next day a lot easier as the weather was not good. So we caught a bus to Pucón (as we also couldn't rent a car due to a public holiday) and decided to find a way to get to one of those thermal pools.
In Pucón we walked around trying ...