Mirador los Volcanes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the mountains. The way back down was much quicker and involved using the "bum slider" sledges we had carried up to come back down the icy slopes! As we were not allowed to walk up villarica we decided the next best thing was to get a fly by in a small plane so we could see the active crater close up, this activity also involved jumping out of the plane afterwards!! We were both a bit nervous the next morning when Peter picked us ...
... there for another reason: climbing the 2,847-meter-high volcano Villarrica, one of the most active volcanoes in Chile. To go on that hike you either have to get a tour guide or you must prove that you have got experiences in mountaineering. There are several companies that offer tours and they all cost about the same (40.000Pesos). The equipment is included.
We booked a tour for the next day and then used the rest of the afternoon to wander around ...
... a pul a díky bohu, ze jsme to udělali. Odtud jdeme pešky. Nejdřív je to docela sranda. Ale v porovnaní s túrou, kterou jsme podnikli v El Chalten tohle jsou 4 hodiny a v jednom kuse jenom stoupáš. Žádné pohodlné roviny, aby si naše svaly trochu odpočinuli. Také je to horší s přestávkami. Za prve protože cela skupina si dává přestávku najednou a za druhé ty stráně jsou tak strmé a větrné, ze tam proste není kde ...
... the pesky clouds. We drove to Pucon and found our hostel. By this time the rain had started and it was pretty chilly so we had a lazy day of lunch and a wander in town then chilling in the hostel in the indoor hammock chairs by the fireplace. The rain had progressed into a sleety hail by the next day, Hogmanay, but to continue with our obsession with all things water based we drove to some nearby waterfalls, the Eyes of Caburgua, and were lucky to catch a half ...
... hope I don’t have to do this often. Seriously!!! I miss my Gucci bag!! Oh hum……. So all loaded up and finally meeting all the other newbies and crew off we set.
Rolling out of Santiago in this giant yellow truck. Paul is our Tour Leader for a certain section of the trip and Kyle is our driver for the whole section. We will have another Tour Leader called Danny joining us in New Year. The roads were not bad at all, I was very surprised. The guys on the truck ...