La Torre Suiza

Address: Francisco Bilbao 969, Villarrica, Lake District, Chile | Hostel
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This hostel is located on Francisco Bilbao 969, Villarrica.
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      Travel Blogs from Villarrica

      Climbing Villarrica Volcano

      A travel blog entry by lindb on Nov 10, 2013

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... back down. This was as scary as walking up. We were kitted out with gators around our ankles and this rather bizarre nappy type thing that strapped around our backsides and then we were off. We walked down a little way, it was icy and the clouds were really coming over and the wind was picking up. Some people were still trying to make their way to the top so it was a bit precarious trying to pass them on the way down. After about 10 mins our guide showed us how to ...

      Climbilg the Volcano

      A travel blog entry by cheeseandcarrie on Apr 28, 2013

      12 photos

      ... was up there with the best on the whole far. After a couple of hours we reached the glacier and had to strap crampons onto our boots so scale the steep ice. From here to the summit it was all about small steps and making sure the crampons were into the ice. About 30min from the summit the clouds came in so when we reached the top after 4 hours not only did we have no view but we ...

      I left my heart in Pucon...

      A travel blog entry by nickwheatley on Mar 24, 2013

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... better than the trek up. We got fancy thick pants and jackets and butt pads and got to slide down the side of the glacier. Weeee! When we got back to the hostel there was beer and BBQ and a hot shower waiting for us - it was a sight for sore eyes.

      Leaving Pucon was a sad, sad day. Our crew at the hostel was drinking wine and eating delicious food by the bonfire as we had to say tearful goodbyes and board a bus to Santiago. Gone but not forgotten...

      Ten Hoopen shopping and the Villarica challenge

      A travel blog entry by chasingthesun on Feb 27, 2013

      9 photos

      ... few buses arrived at the same time, but none of them was from the company where we booked our ticket. The driver of one of the buses asked me for my ticket and when I showed it to him he said it was the right bus. I walked to the French guys and oh my, my French is worth absolutely nothing anymore now that I am focusing on my Spanish! So I explained them in English that it was our bus. The son said šno I donŽt think it, it says Temuco instead of Puconš. I explained ...