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 …
... Therefore, I had to scramble up the hill and try again. The next path was no easier to get down but it did lead me to a part of the river where I could climb over a few boulders and get to the waterfall. When I got to the falls, I was treated with an 85 metre waterfall in a beautiful lush green setting. There appeared to be two small caves behind the cascading falls. After enjoying the falls for a few minutes, I found what looked like a better path to climb back up. It ...
... 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 ...
We were becoming pretty used to border crossings by now, as we approached our forth in the General Lee. They were always pretty easy but whilst approaching the border from Argentina into Chile there were always increasingly threatening warnings about what would happen if you dared bring such dangerous items such as apples, honey or cheese into the country. The strictness on these items really perplexed me but I've since learned that it's because Chile is so ...
On the very long drive to Pucon (707km) we had a few hours stop in Santa Cruz for visiting a museum. Well, I'm not a museum person so I went for coffee and a little stroll around town instead. Alison, an english girl who was on the tour, came and joined me. Southern Chile is famous for it's german-style kuchen (kuchen is the german word for cake, they actually call it kuchen in Chile). I have not exactly an idea what I ...