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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... much anywhere in the town including the garden at our lovely lake front. We were hoping to be able to climb the volcano and gaze down into the crater but unfortunately we were informed on arrival that all climbs of the volcano were currently stopped due to the lava having risen to nearly over flowing and large rocks about 4m x 4m being ejected from the crater. This was disappointing but exciting at the sane time so on our ...
... 8220;Villarrica Volcano Erupts in Southern Chile, Thousands Flee PUCON, Chile — One of South America's most active volcanoes erupted early Tuesday in southern Chile, spewing heavy smoke into the air as lava surged down its slopes, prompting authorities to evacuate thousands of people.
The Villarrica volcano erupted around 3 a.m. local time, according to the National Emergency Office, which issued a red alert and ordered evacuations. Local ...
... but we at least acknowledged it without tears this time. Improvement! The first campsite we came across we went into, then swiftly left once they told us it was 56000 pesos for a pitch. This converts to about £56! This place was not for us. It turns out even the campsites around Lago Villarica are swanky. We eventually found a slightly more budget friendly site for 22000 pesos, still about 2-3 times what we were used to paying but more palatable. In fact ...
... missed a big party last night to celebrate a road rally and that they had no programme for today’s events – quel surprise! Then did the temperamental cash machine, supermarket and headed up to the cemetery for views over the lake, on which Pucon has 2 shores, both black rough volcanic. Just so happens a few well-spaced rally cars drove by on regular roads with regular traffic and zero spectators so happy hadn’t made further effort to see it.
... crampons on the boots and arming ourselves with an ice-axe. I'd never worn crampons before and was surprised how easy it was to walk in them in comparison to what I was expecting. But I guess the only other time I'd seen crampons before was during ice climbing. What we were doing was drastically different.
We hiked another half an hour to a sweet lookout where I ran onto a huge viewpoint with one of the guides and got ...