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

        Solo? Si, solo

        A travel blog entry by weecousins on Dec 16, 2015

        51 photos

        Richard, from Chile and his wife Chantal, from France were a delightful couple to meet in the cocina. He is a very animated little guy who told me a fascinating story. It came about when we were talking about how I get my words mixed up with hilarious results. I told him how Irma was telling me that she was going to go somewhere on Lunes. I heard …

        Hanging off the side of a volcano-mountain

        A travel blog entry by shazbattical on Oct 23, 2014

        2 comments, 6 photos

        ... high up and by now my thinking was completely dominated with how am i going to get down.... i donīt want to slide...

        We (the one guide who stayed behind with me) did end up sliding down as it is too dangerous to walk down in the snow (you can break a leg or something, the snow is pretty deep). I did fall a couple of times but no ice axe was needed as the snow was reasonably soft and i came to a stop myself. The sliding was pretty good fun, yes i even loosened ...

        Canyoning and Kendama

        A travel blog entry by mattyjordan on May 25, 2014

        ... was about 12m, not that high but there was quite a bit of water. Everyone else was pretty timid and I knew what I was doing so I went first after a brief instruction. It was pretty simple, like a flat wall, and we didn't get too wet.

        The second waterfall was a little bit bigger but was well and truly through the waterfall, again I went first but it was **** cuz once I finished, I was waiting wet and freezing cold for ...

        Oh My God, Oh My God, I hiked a live volcano!!!

        A travel blog entry by travelingtiara on Feb 11, 2014

        4 photos

        ... Cursing every ounce of items I had put in my pack, and glaring up at the people who had chosen the chairlift, I powered forward following in the steps of a guy who had music playing from his phone. If I fell back too far I couldn't hear the music and lost motivation, so I kept a close march behind him. As it turned out in the end, that initial climb without switchback would ...

        Another once in a lifetime experience!

        A travel blog entry by maddieuk on Dec 09, 2013

        17 photos

        ... br> people what to do in the event of an eruption – it really looms over town so I
        cant imagine people will be able to do a lot in the time they would have really
        anyway, but I suppose it’s a comfort if nothing else!

        A couple of years ago three people went missing on the Volcano - they found footsteps near the crater and they think they went in - doesn't bear thinking about!

        The best bit of the climb was coming back ...