Hostal La Nuez
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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David was up at 5:30am, he was going on the Patagonia Experience's day climb up Volcan Villarrica. Maria had already done it before so she decided to save some money (read 'stay in bed in the morning') and meet up with an old friend from Temuco later in the day.
There were 10 people in the group today, a group of six girls from Santiago, …
It was a chilly night in Puerto Fuy but with warm blankets on the bed we were fine. We had arranged to have breakfast in the restaurant at 9am, it was simple bread, eggs and jam but sufficient to get us on the road. We paid the bill, only CLP 56,000 (about $100) for all four of us and that included accommodation in the cabin, dinner with a bottle …
It's been a quiet couple of days in Pucón, the good weather left us again and was replaced with low clouds and occasional rain. It's not so bad though because we can wake up late and have a leisurely breakfast in front of the roaring log fire. We had a bunch of stuff we needed to get sorted out too and doing it in the luxury of the empty hostel was …
Breakfast was served by the wood fire in the hostel. It wasn't actually that cold, but it's really nice to have it lit. We were served fresh fruit, yoghurt, granola, eggs, bread, cheese and jam along with coffee so we were pretty full by the time we finished.
We met Carlee and Andy at Patagonia Experience office as arranged at 10am to take …
The windows of the bus were steamed up when we woke up in the morning. We had been told that the difference between Valparaiso and Pucón was like the difference between Mediterranean and Northern Europe. What that meant in reality was that we had left the sunshine and warmth behind and needed to get used to some rain and cloudy, grey skies.