Villarica Park Lake Hotel
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- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
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... we weren't attached yet. We took off and flew over the lake then turned round to fly past the volcano, he said he didn't want to fly over the crater due to the rock situation but instead flew by the side and much closer than usual as there was nobody on it, breath taking and a real privilege to be so close to one of natures marvels. Fly by over the plane climbed up to 10,000 ft, Peter strapped himself to me and out we jumped. ...
... a small one, only us, a French guy and the guide. We drove to the trailhead all together, where several other groups were waiting already (you shouldn't expect to be the only ones on the volcano, it’s quite crowded here). Even the start of our hike was tough. It was steep and the path was all gravel so you didn’t have good grip. There is a lift that can bring you to the first check point, if you want to (and if it works what seems to be really ...
... e mi s batohem, takže se nakonec vyšplhám nahoru, ale musím přiznat, ze několikrát mne napadlo to vzdát.
Na vrcholku strávíme asi 15 minut, konečně nějaké fotky. Ten plyn co unika ze sopky je velmi silný a nepříjemný, ale cítíme ho jen když vítr fouká našim směrem. Ted je čas na to obleknout se úplně do všeho ochranného oblečení, co máme zapůjčené – druhé kalhoty, bondu, ochranu ...
... being too drunk and emotional. Ross and Jan hit up the premier Pucon nightspots until the wee small hours. The new year brought in some new sunny and warm weather which helped with the wine head. Crawling out of bed in the early afternoon we ate lunch in the sun then laid on the beach by the lake. Ross got into the glacier meltwater again, a New Years loony-dook is definitely more appealing when you can dry in the sun after. In town later in the day we heard ...
... park. I was on cook duty the first day so normally you have breakfast outside the truck but we had it inside as we needed to get out of the city ASAP. Lunch was a motorway stop for an hour. You are split into cook groups and make sandwiches or salads for everyone and then clean up afterwards. It’s a well-oiled machine to be honest and I was pretty impressed. However I was slightly dreading cooking dinner for 24 people. Erk,,,
We finally arrived in Pucon around 7pm. What ...