Kernayel Hotel & Cabanas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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We walked off the cake with a wander round the lake edge from Playa Grande past the peninsula to La Poza. It was still pretty overcast so the lake didn't look very spectacular.
Of all the agencies doing the Volcan Villarrica climb, Patagonia Experience seemed to be the best choice and after speaking with them, David, Andy and Carlee booked the climb for Saturday when the weather should be ...
... chocolate bar (oh yes!!), a full tub of 12 glucose tablets, god knows how many lemon wafer bars - a full packet actually I think - and an apple (had there been any other carbs left I'd have taken them over a frozen apple). This would usually be a full days allowance of insulin and then some. Another thing to settle my mind was the guides telling us - above all else - never to dig your crampons in if you slip on the ice. Why not? Presumably that would be your gut instinct. Nope. ...
... of hours before heading back to the hostel for a delicious shared dinner and copious amounts of cheap (yet good) wine!
The following day, Casey and I set out to conquer the imposing Volcan Villarica! This looms over the town, and is one of the more active volcanoes in the Andes. We climbed for 6 hours, as the volcano got steeper, icier, more slippery and windy; and eventually we made it! There were a few close calls - a ...
... in the torrential rains to grab some food as well as any luggage we needed from underneath the bus that remained parked on the town's main drag. He then drove us, once again, back up from the village, to the cabaņa and assured us he would see us the next morning at 8:30 am to drive us to Temuco, along the four hour rough Interlago road, if it reopened.
We all woke up by 8:00 am, eager to see Juan Pablo, our connection to information. And, just as he had promised, ...
... got very enthusiastic and wanted to take me shopping and starting deciding what presents to get. He was later very disappointed when I returned empty handed from a wander round the shops. I met the couple for drinks in a Peruvian restaurant and had a nice evening sampling Peruvian pisco sours.Saturday I relaxed and enjoyed the sun in pucon as the hot weather has been holding out, then in the evening I got back on the bus to head back to olmue - Christmas here we come! ...