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Craig and Steph's Horseback Ride in the Andes

Part 2 of our 3 part Chilean adventure. We explore the gorgeous Lakes Region of Chile and take a tranquil horseback ride to a remote cabin in the Andes. Photos and text originally published at our web site http://www.craigandstephsvacations.com

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Stephanie & Craig Smith
We woke up at 5:30 am, took showers, and were all checked out at 7. That was a shame since we would miss the breakfast in the lobby, but we figured we'd find something someplace at the airport. We …
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Stephanie & Craig Smith
We woke up at 7:00 feeling rather wrecked. It was definitely not the best night for getting some much needed rest. Craig got up first. He took a shower which was lukewarm at best and cold at worst. …
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Stephanie & Craig Smith
After a very sound sleep we woke up at around 8:00 a.m. and headed out to the main room. Tatiana was already cooking sopapillas and she served them with rolls and cheese. Condiments included kiwi …
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Stephanie & Craig Smith
Today was our free day at La Junta. The horses would have this as a day off before carrying us back down the mountain again tomorrow. So we woke up at around 8. Tatiana already had the stove going …
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Stephanie & Craig Smith
We were able to sleep in this morning, as we didn't have an early start for our horseback ride. So we slept until 7:45. Craig took a shower, and we went to the dining room for breakfast at 9:00. We …
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Stephanie & Craig Smith
We woke up at 6:30 am, took cool showers once again, and got ready for the day. We packed our small day packs with everything we would need for the next few days, and we would leave everything else …
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Stephanie & Craig Smith
We woke up at 6:30 and hopped out of bed. The room was quite cold and not very inviting. The thought of leaving the nice warm bed and blankets was not something we were looking forward to, but a nice …
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Stephanie & Craig Smith
We arrived at Puerto Montt airport at 6:50 pm. Craig went straight to the LAN desk to ask if there was any way that his hat could be recovered and brought to the Puerto Montt airport. We knew it was …

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