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In den vergangenen vier Tagen haben wir uns "El grupo" angeschlossen und sind mit einem 14-sitzigen Bus von Santiago in den Süden gereist. Leider bedeutete dies nicht wie in Europa, dass es wärmer wird. Die Kleidungsschichten wurden mit jedem Kilometer dicker. Unsere Rucksäcke dafür immer leichter.
Als "El grupo" wurde der gesamte …
From Bariloche its 6 hours by bus over the border to Puerto Montt in Chile. A mini van takes us back up to Puerto Varas, allegedly a quaint little town by the lake overlooking the main attraction in the area, volcano osorno. It ain't that quaint....all the activities are damn expensive(cant climb the volcano, good weather has melted too much snow. …
... bus to Santiago to catch.
The main downside to the night bus is if you get to the next hostel waaay before check in. Which we did. After getting there at 8am we had a solid 5 hours to kill before check in. That afternoon, we had a gentle walk around the local neighbourhoods to get accustomed to the city. One of our roommates, a very young 22 year old English girl, was clearly trying to get into the pants of our other roommate, a 25 year old English guy. ...
... experience to date. Dave and Greg were running the place and had a knack for bringing people together through bonfires and BBQ's. We met some amazing friends here and the resulting hang over and smell of campfire lingered with us for days after we left.
There are adventures-a-plenty in Pucon; from horseback riding to volcano trekking to rafting, this is an outdoorsy backpacker's dream. Nick was determined to hike Volcano Villarrica and had his ...
... reason, the Villarrica volcano. Our first night we went out to some hot springs, which were an interesting experience although not one I desperately need to repeat. We went straight to bed and then got up extremely early to meet our volcano group, with packed lunches, special boots, and a huge rucksack each full of gear. The first stage of the climb was optional. You could pay about ten pounds to take ...
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