Cabanas-Camping Playa Linda
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... us! Great, no 1.5 hr bus journey. We head off around midday, after about an hour we head off the main road and up and up and up a dirt track for about 30 mins (17km) . We stop at various points to take photos. We eventually arrive at the Termus Goemetrics hot springs. It's a great little place with good facilities, and lots of little pools with varying temperatures from 37 to about 43 degrees. We relax and chill in the pools for a few hours - great fun and a place I ...
... br> We also decided to use the opportunity to sort out our bus ticket to Bariloche in Argentina. That also turned out to be a little more complicated than we had hoped. It was going to be another long journey but this time due to no direct route being available. Villarrica was just not working for us but at least we were able to enjoy some good food, ice-cream and beer and think about what to do the next day.
One of the problems with activities in the area is that the ...
... guide yells piso again. Im on the floor in a flash wondering why. Everyone starts waving. What the hell is going on? Turns out he yelled picture! Through the last minor rapids the guide reverts to his form of fun again, aiming for and hitting rocks, going down rapids sideways and backwards and doing 360 degree spins for no apparent reason. Trying to tip us out again? Wouldnt be surprised. He tells us its his 3rd time down the river today....I tell him ...
... of challenge we were (or should be) here for, so decided to return to Frey. This in itself was challenge enough, renegotiating those boulders and the steep descent. Probably in the back of our minds too, was the guy who had been carried back to Frey Refugio on a body board the previous evening. Evidently he was ok yet unable to walk - this is definitely not an area to be taken lightly.
... to be honest. It was ***********trol your speed and since the volcano is so steep, you gain speed very fast. You donīt want to crash into a rock or start falling all the way down instead of bit by bit. After a few slides it started to be more fun, although it wasnīt completely relaxing. When we reached the other side of the glacier we had to change clothes again and climb the last part down. It was a lot warmer there and climbing down the loose sand and rock ...