Hotel La posada Plaza Pucon
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... accommodation already booked for tonight in Pucon we decide to go the slightly longer way via Valdivia, that means two buses instead of one and about 2 h extra on the bus in comparison to direct trip. We get to Pucon quite late at about 10 pm. We find out hostel, the lady who manages the property does not speak any English and we spend about 15 minutes explaining we have a reservation and her looking for it. We check in a pretty much go straight to bed.
It is funny ...
... just to come back down.
Last day, we had a lazy beach day, only by the river(!). A little strange but good for people watching and we loved the walk from Playa Negra to Playa Blanca.
So, that ends our Pucon adventure. Monday night we took a 10 hr overnight bus from Pucon to Santiago, where we are now.
Hope all of you who requested a blog are now not put off :0)
Jenny... (& Richard!)
... volcano in Chile, which was a snow capped perfect shaped volcano which you could often see billowing steam from the top. We stayed at a lovely hostel called Chili Kiwi which had a lovely garden and view of the lake.
Pucon had lots to offer. We went hydro speeding, which is basically going head first down rapids on a raft. It brought back some near death Uganda tubing experiences but was great fun!We went to an indoor bouldering wall ...
... dramatically and on the last 20 minute stage, the snow was much harder, verging on ice.
We finally made it to the summit of the 2,849m volcano, it had been a 6km long walk, rising nearly 1,449m over 4.5 hours. There was a flattish area where we dumped our bags before walking over to the smoking crater. Volcan Villarrica is still an active volcano and there is plenty of gas constantly rising out the huge crater blocking the views of ...
... our sixth and last entrance into Chile, for this year at least.
As we drove away from Argentina, we saw the sun, for a brief moment, for the first, and what would be the last time in days, peaking over the horizon and we continued to Chile heading in the direction of the Mamuil Malal pass, situated at 1,210 meters, which we knew should be open year round, but were aware that in some cases of snow accumulation, could be closed. Since it had been raining for nearly ...