Peumayen Lodge & Termas
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... me and not being able to catch my breath. This is a reason I hate running. Anyway, I was extremely slow and midway through when we strapped on the grampons...that would be large metal teeth like apparatus that you attach to the bottom of your 5lbs already rented hiking boots so you can walk straight up in the ice....we were all slow at first and I was thankful. Then we picked up the pace. Finally after half way there, I just decided I was done. I stopped a few times, ...
... turning especially after the riding I did yesterday. To stop any longer it gets too cold so we set off for the last 1.5 hours. Towards the end it became steeper and steeper and when I looked to the right all I could see was a snow slope at a 50 degree angle against the bright blue sky. The views were phenomenal and the whole time we were higher than the clouds. The physical exertion and the risk of spraining an ankle keeps you focused and so much of the time your eyes are on ...
On very little sleep, and still terribly sore from the previous long hike, I began yesterday's adventure of climbing a live volcano. The mountain is an impressive and looming sight from town, and as we approached it in the morning I could see smoke rising steadily from the peak. Pride and peer pressure combined to convince me not to use the chairlift for the first portion of ...
... not to pay the fees. Confusing and mind boggling, I hadn't realised that you could hire out rivers! The Villarica volcano was an early start, I was at Pucon summit (the travel agency) at 6.45 layering on my waterproofs and picking my rucksack with yet more. We drove for an hour to the start point and though we'd been told yesterday that getting to chair lift up to the snows edge (instead of an additional hours hike) was optional it was quickly made clear ...
... area with all the natural hot springs was really nice, with the river next to it. I even got a swim in the cold river to cool down between jumping from hot pool to hot poll. Guess we stayed there until 11.00 pm and got back to the hostel again right before midnight. Tomorrow the trip continues to Argentina and San Martin de los Andes, but first, another breakfast at Cassis I hope. If I wake up in time. We leave the hostel at 9.00 ...