Kernayel Hotel & Cabanas
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... Im impressed :D. Shame I can't.
I think we were home at about three in the morning which is pretty early here ;). But we had a nice program for the next day and Chileans can get a bit aggressive at times. Only a little though ;P.
Next morning we first went to get breakfast in 'Oma's Cafe'. Nice. And Kuchen <3.
You can find German stuff everywhere here.
Then we were picked up by our guide for the day (who was also present at yesterdays party btw ;)). ...
... showed up at 8:30 am to inform us that he had already made his rounds through town, having spoken with both the police and the bus driver. He was told by the police that the pass to Pucón would reopen at "around" noon. So the plan was for us to hang tight, stay warm and dry in the cabaña, and Juan Pablo would pick us up at 11 am, leaving us time to grab lunch prior to the bus taking off.
Well, our new found friend in Curarrehue, our knight in shining armor, our ...
... I asked for directions but he said it was quite a big walk and he would charge only $2000 pesos to drop me off. So I gota ride. The hostel is in an amazing location. Right on the water front and the window in the lounge looks right out over the water. I checked in and went to bed fo a few hours. The hostel was awesome. Central heating, good bathrooms, and the staff are really cool. It's part owned by a ex professional snowboarder, skater from NZ.
I was told that it had ...
... Araucaria forest was the odd-looking monkey-puzzle tree. We ascended a very steep 9km trail, passing by tranquil lakes, before arriving at the summit for great views across the region. On reflection, we were pleased to have spent the day in this remote, calm environment rather than joining the hoards in-line to climb Volcán Villarrica. We had the forest to ourselves and it was beautiful.
Onward bus to Valdivia, 3hrs.
... was slightly warmer and Sharon jumped in the bed with all of her clothes on as I tried to warm the place up. I put a fan on the radiant heater to blow some of the heat around the room but it didn't do much. Luckily the bed did have some very heavy blankets (2 thick comforters and a thick wool blanket) so we decided that there would be no blogging that night and went to bed. Throughout the night the dogs barked constantly making for a less than restful night.