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LOVED this place. My family of 5 had our own cabana with two bedrooms, and a full well equipped kitchen in the cabana. Emma, the owner, and Valentina, were both amazingly friendly and helpful. Valentina spent an evening with me and my family teaching us how to make Empanadas! The place was warmed by a wood burning stove, into which coal and wood were place nightly and every morning if we wanted. We picked peaches and apples from the trees behind the cabins. Would DEFINITELY stay here if ever back in Pucón.
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It is 8 am and we just boarded our last bus, at least for the next six weeks, as we are heading south from Pucón to Puerto Varas, our entryway into Northern Patagonia, where we will pick up our "Wicked" camper van. Though we will arrive in five hours, there was a bit of a delay with the van's prior renters, so we will have to …
Well, after Dan's marathon hike up the volcano, Sat was a lazy day and it didn't help that it was cold and wet too.
Sun was yet another lazy day with the afternoon spent at the hot springs at Los Pozones. Well, not totally lazy as the hot springs are located down a very long very steep set of stairs. So many pools to choose from, …
And more lakes, actually.
According to the LP, Pucon is set on the shimmering lake Villarica under the huffing conee of Volcano Villarica. Well, the town is certainly dominated by that volcano. Its one of the worlds most active volcanoes, one of only 5 worldwide to have an active lava lake within its crater. It hasn't erupted since 2008 …
... I've ever done. Although admittedly, the most 'extreme' activities I did in London included starting to cross the road when the green man is flashing or walking down wet stairs without holding the handrail....I'm just hardcore that way. We nearly didn't get to do it, as they cancelled our first attempt due to harsh winds at the summit. On the second day however, we set off, dressed head to toe in mountain gear and ice pick in hand. I freely admit that heights ...
... pesos each ($5) and began the trek through the temperate rain forest to the falls. Luckily, as fast as the snow came, it gave way to scattered clouds and sun so we didn't get soaked. The path was very muddy though which Sharon always loves...not.. and she was wearing loafers.... Although we have already seen four waterfalls ranging from wide to tall, this one was by far the most tumultuous as it crashed into the rocks below. The massive River Fuy is ...