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April 02, 2009

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Russo

Even in this short post, you have a way of conveying the scenery and beauty of this place like no other. I can't wait to leave New York and experience beauty such as this. Just hitting the road and encountering natural beauty. Sigh...

Lilly

Lovely picture. It has a way of truly capturing the moment at hand. I love when you can see a picture and emotions rush in. You feel the tranquility and stillness of the area, it’s like you are there. It's an amazing thing when you can look at a picture multiple times and never get bored. Each new look brings about a new feeling, new thought, and a new state of mind.

I agree with going on your own. Tour guides and groups of people have a tendency of taking away from the experience. Yes, they do provide valuable information but nothing which you can’t research on your own.

Leigh Shulman

Lilly,

The two of you are wonderful. I always appreciate your comments and insight. And your constant positivity make the blogging process even more fun. I can't wait to hear what you have to say next.

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Can anyone recommend a good, friendly hostel in Pucon, where I can meet other travelers. Do I need to book in advance, or do you think I can just turn up. I am heading there this weekend.
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