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... set to go again and Di and I somewhat fresher we looked to take on another adventure. I was keen to hike up Volcan Villarrica but the police have access closed off of the foreseeable future. We settled on a one day guided hike up the adjacent Volcan Quetrupillan. Up and away by 6 am next day, we were driven to a height of 900 meters. We then climbed from 7:30 to 11:30 reaching a height of 2,340 meters. We were first up there for the day, ahead of about a ...
... a few years according to our guides. Hmmm should we worry? With not too much excess energy, we didn’t worry too much, just concentrated on the descent ahead. We donned overpants and a "nappy" – a heavy gortex contraption that we were to use to slide down the mountain. The descent started out fairly challenging as it was in snow and quite steep. After about half an hour, we got down to ...
... don't **** it up or you'll stab yourself" 1 by 1 we headed down.
It was a great day finished off by a few beers and some good food at a local joint with the other mountaineers and the staff of the hostel Chilli Kiwi, which if you ever get here you must stay, like a family log cabin I could have stayed here for far longer. Alas I have to drag my ass to the nations capital, I hope you've enjoyed this instalment,
talk to you soon.
Sometimes when you are traveling alone you can meet the most interesting people, hear the most interesting stories of travel and life experiences, and sometimes you can hear yourself saying the absolute dumbest things. I went to Puerto Varas after my much loved Bariloche and found myself basically alone in the hostel after looking for it for a solid 15 minutes with 20lbs on my back and about 7lbs on the front. That's because of two backpacks, surprisingly I ...
On the ferry, we changed our plans a bit. Instead of going back to Argentina to visit Bariloche, we decided to stay in Chile, heading north to Pucon, which is in the Chilean Lake District, right next to the Andes. It is something like the outdoor capital of Chile and is located between the volcano Villarica and the lake Villarica. If we had stayed in the town Villarica, I think I would have felt like John Malkovich in "Being John Malkovich", ...
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