Cabanas-Camping Playa Linda
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... is a Chilean girl, drove us swiftly through the rush hour (scary!) to their lovely house in La Reina, a suburb of Santiago, where the first of many cold beers awaited us. Later that evening, more friends arrived – Steve and Nicole Brodie. Within minutes we had established that Nicole had not only lived in our village in Kent (Horton Kirby) but her French grandmother came from our village in France (Chatillon sur Indre)! Amazing. Steve is ...
... ice axe to slow us down whilst sliding down on our backsides. The slope was so steep, I did not like this at all and screamed most of the way down on the first leg! For the rest of the way down it got easier as the snow got slushier, I came down with the guide, who actually said it was quicker with 2 people - we were like the chile bob sledge team, without the sledges. Great fun in the end. Near the bottom where the snow had melted we had to walk the rest of the way ...
... 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 ...
... see into the crator. We could however smell the toxic gasses which made it hard to breathe. We set off back down and gradually the cloud cleared to reveal the views again. By now my head was pounding from the altitude.
Back in town we had a beer and when we got back home i went straight to bed for a nap to sleep off my sore head. The climb had take alot out of us but it was pretty special.
... a dome tent and provided some of the best sleep we'd had on the trip.
On the first full day we chose to hike the Villarrica Volcano. Prior to going we were told we could purchase chairlift tickets to halfway for 7 pesos (well worth it). Unfortunately when we got there we found that the chairlift wasn't working. So we hiked. It was horrible. Straight up in sand like dirt. We eventually made the two kilometer hike (Fi threw out a good volume ...