- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Travel Blogs from Villarrica
... to this really good parrillada (grill restaurant) where Mirja had her best steak so far (mine was still Salta). We chatted about how Villarrica was quite dissappointing and what we could have done differently had we known better. But then again, within a ten week trip, you will very likely come across at least one place you are not straight away falling in love with. So what are we really complaining about here? Then it was off to bed as we had yet another early bus to catch in the ...
... a slippery ride, in the middle of nowhere, with few other cars on the road, we did the only prudent thing and.....continued on!! We skirted the northerly edge of the Reserve and saw the "Magic Mountain", a unique pyramid shaped hotel made of lava with moss and water running down it. As we continued on we saw the sign for Salto de Huilo-Huilo but I was going too fast to safely stop in time to make the turn given the weather conditions so we continued on to ...
... So there we have it, I´d have to say this has to be the experience i´ve had so far travelling. In fact the past week alone, we´ve been taking all sorts of adventures. Lets hope the fun continues!
The Following day we didn't achieve a great deal other then hitting the hot springs at night, which were quite nice and as for today myself and Micheal ventured out to a beach by a lake and i believe the plan for tonight is to head back to the hot ...
... of skied down in your boots. When we finally reached the base our talks quickly turned to victory beers and relaxation. After we returned our gear, the company invited all us climbers to their rooftop for some beer or soda. We sat in the shining sun looking out into an unbelievable view of the volcano, simultaneously ominous and majestic. We had done it. The irksome thoughts of retreat, pain, dread, and gloom left waiting twenty minutes from the summit, never able to reach the ...
... giant trees. The trees were bloody massive, they definitely make them bigger here than in Scotland and the trail was littered with these fallen giants who had been sawn apart to let the trail continue. I couldn't be ***** counting the rings but they were big old trunks, metres and metres wide. An hour of painful uphill hiking later there was still no sign of monkey puzzles, I was furious! I decided to push on until half my allocated ...