Hostal La Maison
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... a transit town and the gateway to the south - not much going for it besides its plethora of exit points) before picking up the car and heading across to Pucon on Wednesday, stopping in Villarica for an astonishingly overpriced lunch and a wander along the lake shore.
In high season (February) Pucon is the īitī destination for adrenaline junkies, with water sports and hiking opportunities in abundance. Right now itīs just before the ...
... it a must-see town in Chile's North. Pucon's star attraction is Volcano Villarrica an active volcano, whose last eruption was as recent as 1984. After settling in to our hostel, Tash, Hidde (our Belgian friend) and I headed into town to book on a day tour of Volcano Villarrica. Ascending 2847m to the summit of Volcano Villarrica is at the top of the 'to-do' list in Pucon for all backpackers. Our day on Volcano Villarrica started early, 5:30am, to be precise, ...
... the gate locked so I presumed Rosario had gone out. I presumed wrong, she came round the corner of the house to find me with one leg over the gate breaking in...Rosario was heading to temuco to stay with family for christmas so I packed up and said good bye heading to a hostel she'd recommended: l'ecole. I had a relaxed afternoon/ evening in the hostel which also doubles as a restaurant so whilst you can get good cheap food you can't cook your own dinner. I was ...
So after the day hike it was time for a bit of relaxation. We had said we were going to go on a bike ride but we were all exhausted and instead did a bit more chilling! Perfect! Wednesday night I said I was not gonna drink but the tequila came out so hey - why not. I hate tequila, but that did not stop me drinking 5 or was it 6 shots! Thursday was a bad weather day so we decided we would try to sort out the next places accommodation and formulate a plan for the ...
... as the third-quartile down from the top of the country (more or less), level with Argentina and well below all other parts of South America. It’s famous for its huge lakes, big mountains, and very active volcanoes! Pucon is a nice, fairly small town on the edge of Lago Villarrica, with fairly easy access to a couple of very large national parks, a number of other lakes, lots of hot springs, plus the volcano itself. We’ve got no plans in the town when we ...