Cabanas Playa Linda
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TripAdvisor Reviews Cabanas Playa Linda Villarrica
Travel Blogs from Villarrica
... narrow gravel road through lava fields and forests (including more Araucaria trees). The gravel road all the better for the fact that a grader had not been on it for awhile, unlike the other country roads, where round pebbles are scattered all over the road, with piles in the corners, and no definite track through any of it. We were also able to eat blackberries for lunch - one of the first colonising plants on the lava fields.
... about a km to reach the lake but I wasn't going along those terrible roads to not get a swim at the end of it! First bath since leaving the UK, and it was warm! Next challenge, sand! Skinny tyres + heavy bike = nearly impossible to ride on sand! I let the tires down to about 20psi and it got a bit better, I still had to walk plenty of sections as the sand was so deep. This wasn't in the guide book! An average of about 5k an ...
... then collapsed into bed.
Thursday 11 December
Today we were delighted to be able to enjoy, at leisure, the 5 star breakfast. We were picked up at 8.30 and drove around the volcano, finishing up on the south east side of it. Back in the National Park, we left the bus and walked about 3km steadily up hill (we’d been told it was pretty flat!) Through magnificent Araucaria ...
... to enjoy it (partly cos i knew my torture was going to come to an end)!! At one point the guide even put his mobile phone on and we were sliding down to the accompaniment of music.
Then it was waiting for ages for the rest of the group. It turns out it took them 6 hours to get to the top, and it was hard work. Part of the group were Spanish medical students, and one of them (he was 23yrs) said that he was particularly proud as he“d used to do sport when he was young ...
... to come down, and because we were with a bunch of people who had never done it before, to say it took long was the understatement of the century.
We continued through the stream and got to waterfall number 3. It was a little bigger but when this one was done, we were told that that was the last one we would be going down. I hate to admit it, but the canyoning in Ecuador was way better. Our guide organized us a special ...