Mirador los Volcanes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Took a breather this morning and was delighted to receive a wonderful breakfast basket from our fabulous host.....consisting of yogurt, cheese, fresh bread, meats, and tea/coffee...all one could need for a light breakfast. It actually rained here in the south and was surprised by this as I was getting used to the drought sunshine. Since skiing is …
... Villa Rica, and with a bulls eye view of Volcan Villa Rica (the volcano). The owner of the hostel, James, a kiwi from Welli gave us loads of things to do. We were not going to get bored that was for sure. We decided on day 1 to ease our way in and check out the secret waterfall, Salto Claro. Funny enough, Rach put together a hand drawn map of this hidden waterfall. The walk took us through the outskirts of town, passing a number of veggie shops and panderias ...
... but worth the wait - do much steak, yummy salad, guac, peppers, corn, salmon, so much food! Had some red wine too. We got told to move into other kitchen. Tim and I going to book flight to Punta arenas as found cheap deal but wanted to check if able to check into hostel late. Boat not available so was then checking out flight options and only £60 if flew late Monday night. But he wasn't committing and seemed in a ...
... faster was quickly dismissed by our guide with "we don't recommend you go faster". Some sections were extremely quick so the ice pick was definitely needed, though the toboggan down was thoroughly enjoyable, especially considering the 20 minute slide down contrasted to the four hour ascent from the start of the glacier. We quickly marched down the gravel section to the carpark where the driver was waiting to drop us back with a celebratory beer and ...
I´m really glad that i did do it though. There was loads to do in Pucon, mostly for people far more adventurous than me. I somehow managed to book a bus ticket and back (even though i have not yet completed the first cd out of 8 in my Spanish lessons but the good news is that at least i have started).
Pucon itself is appparently a very popular holiday spot for Chilenos both in the summer and winter and it sits at the base of the volcano Villarica ...