Mirador los Volcanes

Km 17.5 Camino Pucon-Caburgua, Pucon, Lake District, 5090026 , Chile | 4 star resort
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This 4 star resort is located on Km 17.5 Camino Pucon-Caburgua, Pucon.
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    A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Sep 15, 2014

    ... they called
    my mobile but of course didn’t bring it. Getting pretty fed up of this BS!

    Finally ended up with a couple of pairs of trousers, 2 t
    shirts, 2 pairs of socks and some patent DM’s (they were cheaper than wellies!)
    for just over £10 but took all day! Didn’t make it to Villerica but don’t think
    I missed much.

    Did a supermarket shop or two ...

    Trying to Go Home!

    A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Aug 04, 2014

    9 photos

    ... bit further outside of town than our cabaña was. The truck was sunk several feet into mud and nearly on its side. He told us the story of how he walked two kilometers to a friend's house who towed his truck, and here he was, soaking wet, holding his now useless, soggy phone, to say sorry and goodbye. We hugged our good friend Juan Pablo, invited him to come stay at our home in Pittsburgh and advised him to put his phone in a bag of rice for two days.

    By the time the ...

    India is next to France?

    A travel blog entry by hadleykmcc on Jun 21, 2014

    1 comment

    ... I had done to the hostel owner for him to have sent me to this town. Then I decided to buy some fruit and head back. The kind fruit stand owner and I began talking and turns out, I needed to keep walking down one road about another 45 minutes and then I would reach the "Bajo" area which was in fact the touristy and super cute area of Frutillar. I spotted the volcano, I ate something other than bread and I left. It was cute and I was glad that I saw it but I was ...

    Adrenaline Junkies...where are the brakes?

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Mar 08, 2014

    56 photos

    ... demonstration and made it look far too easy. It might have taken a while to scale into the clouds, but with the help of this big plastic spade and some lenient Chilean tour guides the return journey was over in no time. The runs were broken up with short 10-yard paths between them, so that you weren't sliding down the entire volcano side (that would be ridiculous) and they were narrow too, allowing one down at a time. Picture the type of run used by bobsleigh teams ...

    In the Shadow of a Snowcapped Volcano

    A travel blog entry by paiger on Aug 16, 2013

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... bus. It's basically like an airplane with like an instructional video and everything, but way more comfortable because the seats go almost all the way back and it's nice and quite and dark and nobody loses your luggage and they rarely get canceled, and they're very timely, and you don't have to go through security. I hate air travel. Anyway, so we save money on a hostel by sleeping all night on the bus and arrive ...