Villarrica Park Lake Hotel
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... CLIMBING!!!) again. The goal that day was to see Araucaria trees (Monkey Puzzle trees) and we were not disappointed. After completing the 5 hour walk we were well satisfied for scenery and exercise.
Time to move on. Goal to cross the Andes by a new path. Crossing at Liucura / Pino Hachado. First leg took us as far as Manzanar via Parque National Congquillo and Volcan Llaina (another active volcano). The ride through the park turned out to be ...
... It was a real hoot. We slid down about 80% of the mountain. Soooo much easier than climbing up!
The big challenge over, we boarded the bus and headed down to Pucon where we handed in all the gear and then travelled back to our hotel. Glenda, Irene and Wendy treated themselves to a lovely hot tub before joining the others for celebratory drinks. Once again we had a delicious dinner in ...
... adventure. For those that are interested, the ranch was featured in a documentary a couple of years ago, which is available at the following location. The film is in German but much of the programme needs no commentary. http://www.antilco.com/Chilehorseback/p atagonia-andes-movietest.html Day 1 Met our trusty steeds (Aona and Trienteocho) and guides and spent a few hours getting used to South American couch-like saddles and one-handed steering, hold left to turn left! We ...
... don't **** it up or you'll stab yourself" 1 by 1 we headed down.
It was a great day finished off by a few beers and some good food at a local joint with the other mountaineers and the staff of the hostel Chilli Kiwi, which if you ever get here you must stay, like a family log cabin I could have stayed here for far longer. Alas I have to drag my ass to the nations capital, I hope you've enjoyed this instalment,
talk to you soon.
... of the heaps of activities available in this little town. We were all pretty keen to do an activity so we decided to sign up for hydro speed ( basically body boarding but on rapids ) along with a volcano hike and hot spring later this evening. Only problem was hydro speed was in 30 minutes and we were starving. We booked it to the bakery and grabbed some empanadas and I was quickly reminded of how **** the food was in chile. Every single ...