Kernayel Hotel & Cabanas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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So after an early flight from Santiago we arrived in Temuco which may possibly be the smallest airport we have been to so far, it's between Temuco and Arequipa, but I think Temuco is the winner currently.
After getting our bags we needed to sort out the transportation for the next 6 days, a 4 wheel drive had been booked to handle what we …
... The little snow at the base didn't even bother me it was so beautiful! Looking back on the town I realized we were so high up, the town was covered in clouds and it made for a beautiful sight! Spent the remaining evening at our cabin playing soccer, roasting hot dogs and marshmallows, having a glass of wine and watching the stupidly funny Paul Blart mall cop movie. Great evening to a great day! ...
... in darkness. As we changed into warmer gear, packed up our helmet, ice axe and helmet, we were off. The 14 Km, 8 hour stomp and 1500 meter ascent really challenged our physical limits. We stammered through a beautiful forest, and once above tree line we got our first glimpse of the Villa Rica volcano. Quetrupilan is a dormant volcano, blowing its top about 150 years ago. It doesn't resemble Villa Rica with its perfect cone shaped peak, but still impressive. Once we ...
... the lakes, or perhaps that beaches are at a premium. I will not complain though, the riding was glorious. For much of it I could have been riding around Worcestershire in the summer. Other parts were like Cheshire or the Australian bush. There were long stands of bay trees which smell to me like Spain. With all of this, I was guided along by the wind, regularly spinning my legs and averaging over 20kph (trust me, that is quick for me!). I made it to Lago Rupanco after a ...
... horse down. Fortunately, unlike day two, there was not much mud and a relatively soft cushioned forest floor to land on, although at this point I'm not sure Adam was able to really appreciate how lucky he'd been! He would also like me to add for any panicked relatives that he was in no way in any danger at any point of the trek, and wore his helmet, back brace and leg supports the whole way round, even in the hot springs where he also wore a life jacket and arm bands. ...