Hosteria de la Colina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
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- Hot tub
TripAdvisor Reviews Hosteria de la Colina Villarrica
Travel Blogs from Villarrica
... ice axe and crampons for the ice-walking part... Gulp. Yes, i was starting to get nervous and even more so when i saw that my compadres on the trip had an average age of 22yrs. Not that i have anything against young folk but now i knew for sure i would be the laggard (nothing like confidence is there?). Conditions were perfect though, with blue skies and no wind.
So off we went in the van, 3 guides to our party of 10 which was a good ratio. I had been thinking that ...
... which made the day beautiful, hard as hell, slightly miserable and easy to walk away from. Well sort of, we actually slid down on our butts much of the way, and that was certainly worth it! My new Spanish yogi friend, not surprisingly, made it to the top and I was elated to take his picture when he came back down and celebrate his successful day and I was not the slightest bit envious. I got to practice a few yoga stretches while I waited. I'd say my day was just right for ...
... I act; deplorable. We arrived early in the morning and I immediately gambled on turning left to get to the main town from the bus station. 1 hour and 500m-to-the-right we made it to the hostel. The town is super nice and feels like a ski village in Europe with wooden cabins/huts and a backdrop of the snow-capped Villarrica Volcano amongst other mountains. National parks are in abundance nearby offering skiing, forest zip line trips, white water rafting, horse riding ...
Up at 6 to get ready for the volcano trek today, but it was so
worth it. What an amazing day!
We all crammed in to a minibus, me on Maddie’s lap as there
wasn’t enough seats, and got taken to the shop to collect our kit – we had to
carry one of their bags with crampons, and ice axe, salapettes and a jacket so
we wouldn’t ruin ours on the way back down, gaiters, etc etc, it weighed a ton!
We all piled ...