Kari Mapu Park
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to Afghanistan" and then he finished his story...IN ENGLISH!!!! I admit, I say some dumb things and many times it is because I hear incorrectly and many times it is because I am sometimes just a little dumb, but, I realized the stupidity of my statement at the exact same moment I realized he spoke English. My stupidity abounds. I really had such a good laugh with him at that moment. I wasn't being tricked, I don't think, he just feels more comfortable ...
... travellers choose the white snow of Argentina and Bolivia to get their kicks; Chile's pure adrenaline has been exceptional. When you're not risking your life in Chile's capital of extreme, there are ways to relax. Despite it not being conventionally sandy, the black beach surrounding Lago Villarrica makes for a peaceful retreat. Green hills and trees flank the lago, with the snow-capped volcano behind you making for the perfect location to sup on a few tinnies ...
... 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 ...
... Unless you are super fit, I would recommend the chairlift and save your energy for the hike, you need it! That section of the hike is not particularly inspiring and the chairlift is well worth the money. The chairlift takes about 10 mins and as the wind had picked up it was freezing. As previously mentioned as this was a good day to hike the volcano I think most of the tourists in Pucon had the same idea. We set off on the main part of the trek at 8.20 am. The ...
... of the way to the truck. It’s all still a bit surreal though – there are mountain bikers down in the ski resort playing around (on some incredibly expensive bikes!) which feels a bit weird after hiking up a freezing cold mountain! We head back to town. As unlikely as it seemed less than half a day ago it’s been a pretty good achievement, and genuinely tougher than expected.
We also decide to move accommodation today – there’s a ...