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... political system well enough to really have an opinion.
The next day started rather enthusiastically with plans of getting laundry done, booking some activities and just getting aquainted with the area. Boy, were we wrong! First of all, the English speaking employee that we met last night was on duty and, as it turns out was clueless and generally not helpful, to the point that I got really angry and pretty much stormed off. Suddenly, our room was too small, ...
... falling one that isnt against rocks, just shoots out from somewhere. It was neat.
On sunday we went ziplining. Through a lot of trees and over rivers. That was very fun, I've never done that before.
It was a really relaxing vacation.
This is kind of brief. I should have done this when I had more details in my head. Facebook has a lot more photos than I have here.
... you can have your picture taken with said llama. We´ll give it a miss thanks. So far it feels more like the Blackpool of Chile than a surfers paradise! In the evening, I somehow swindle having dinner made for me by The Frenchies. Tania joins us, and we sit up chewing the fat accompanied by vino, until the wee small hours.
The next day we have a long drive down to Pucon, but it´s well worth it when we get there. As we arrive at dusk we can ...
... crampons to get around on the ice, and a "sled" ride back down) and I signed up with him to trek the volcano on Tuesday. By the time we signed up and found a bank the town was waking up and it was time to get our room at our hostel. After we checked in it started raining harder so we decided we should try to go to one (of the many) hot springs in the area. We got ready and found the public bus stop but we had missed the bus by 10 minutes and another one would leave in 2 hours. ...
... go. Instead we stomped our way down on the gravel path back to the van. With a feeling of achievement, filthy from the volcanic grit, and sunburnt despite 15 layers of suntan lotion, we returned to town.
We were hardly back and showered before our hostess Sandra invited us to join a small group taking a local bus to 'Lagos Azul.' The blue lakes have a string of waterfalls running into them and made for a nice afternoon stroll. As well as an obligatory ...
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