Alto Villarrica Resort
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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Being a public holiday, breakfast started later than usual and the streets were deserted when we left at 8.30. We drove to Fruitillar, a quaint town on Lago Llanquihue. We did a bit of a walk to check it out, especially the wonderful gardens, fancy covered jetty and huge entertainment centre. We continued along the lake to Puerto Octay and on the way the clouds cleared enough for us to see the top ...
... feeling well and it was better I go to bed early. Yesterday I woke early to get in a wonderful yoga practice with only the sound of the rain hitting the tin roof above me and the street light seeping through the window. It was a blissful way to start my day. Again I found another tour that wouldn't take singles so I sat in the common area and read. Eventually someone else in the hostel woke, he had come in late the night before, and he sat across from me. We ...
... wasn’t a piece of cake at all. We had to walk up 1.000 metres of altitude, and it was – despite the snow – quite hot. And it was so worth it. I’ve never seen anything that impressive in my life. The pictures in this blog are cool, but they just don’t show the magnitude of the crater. It’s just crazy staring down that huge black hole into – nothing. Or into the mere power of the earth. This was one ...
... out a Chilean 5 minutes is about as long as an
Argentinian 5 minutes and I was in pieces by the time we got to the top, my
legs were all over the place. Maddie was still feeling lively even on the last
bit of the climb, so was leading everyone in Christmas carols, which was
annoying when I thought I was having a heart attack! A quick rest at the top,
and the guide took us round the other side of the Volcano mouth as the view
down was ...
... new to the town. Not a problem as we just wanted to drop our bags off and find a place to eat. When we arrived to our room, we were introduced to the English speaking employee (who couldn't really speak English and luckily Mirja's Spanish is pretty good). We both thought he was a bit arrogant but put it down to language/culture differences.
Anyway, we then went on the search for a place to eat. It was surprisingly cold that evening and there was not a lot happening ...