Hostal Donde Egidio
- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 3 hours in the hot springs talking very little, some about books and life but more just being at peace and quiet and in our own separate worlds, we decided to have lunch. He started telling me about the first time he went to India. I couldn't quite hear him and thought he said "fuimos muy cerca de la frontera con Frances" I said in English "what? India borders with France?" At which he started dying laughing at my stupidity, clearly, and said in English, "no, ...
... that you're to swing your legs down so they are perpendicular to the water's surface. Tash then chirped in, "were you not listening when he told us this? He said it all in English poops" I can only think that a butterfly had caught my attention, I mused privately to myself. Hydrospeeding the rapids of Rio (River) Trancura and sledging the slopes of Volcano Villarrica has been one of the highlights so far. Nothing quite matches it for pure adrenaline buzz. A ...
... shattered, I reluctantly climbed back on once I'd calmed down a bit and somehow managed to make it down to the bottom, literally whimpering all the way. NEVER AGAIN. As a little extra treat, later that day the mother of all bruises began to appear on my thigh. See photos for the full gruesome image. However, I did manage some 'extreme' activity while in Pucon. Colin and I climbed an active volcano! C: Without doubt, climbing Villarica is the best ...
... These backpacks contain waterproof trousers & wind proof jacket ( luckily I already had my own jacket) crampons, ice axe, gators for around the water proof trousers, mittens, helmet, and a nappy type contraption that we would use later to get us down the volcano. The drive the the base of the volcano is about 30 mins from Pucon itself. There is the option for an extra 8000 CLP to miss out the first part of the hike and use the chairlift to get to the ...
... of the fact we’re on a glacier and a proper mountain with the associated risks – crevasses and (though unlikely) avalanches. So we head down under Claudio’s guidance and we’re soon past the steep stuff and going hell-for-leather on our ***** and sledges! It’s fantastic fun, but obviously we’re reasonably careful (ice axes make for great brakes!) Soon we’re down towards the bottom of the mountain, where we have to hike ...