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there really! We had a huge fire, Maddie got his guitar out and we had a sing
along at the top of our voices. We definitely tried to numb the pain of how
awful the campsite was with alcohol, and it did the trick!
There are a few birthdays while we are away, Donnas is next week when we get to Santiago, and Maddie, Jammy as always, will be spending his in Rio! Cannot wait, bound to be a good night.
... within 10 min that we were walking in the wrong direction. We turned back and started the endless climb up to an altitude of 1742 meters. In some way it was not that hard, but it felt like an endless climb, and on top of all, we met Mehmet and Mike who were on their way down. But we had some photo and snack stop and a longer lunch break. The wind was blowing a lot on the way up, but that was still nothing compared to how much it was blowing in the top of the hill. The scenery all the ...
... we had descended earlier crept up on us and took our breath away! We made it back to the car faster than expected, stopping by a lake to see some interesting looking ducks and other bird life.
We drove back out of the National Park and continued on the main highway toward Junin. And then we saw it. Just perked up out nothing. The snow covered volcano. We wanted to drive toward the national park again, but toward another entry where you are near the base of ...
... its possible in Pucon. As purveyors of all things adventure we decided to head over to Chile to check out the "Adventure Sports capital of Chile".
Now I digress:
We had chosen to visit San Martin because of a recommendation we had received from a South African bloke we had met at the Eco Hostel in Malargue right at the start of our trip. He had planned to spend three nights in San Martin and ended up staying there for three months! All ...
... and sweeping hills, wasn´t exactly cycle friendly. Cars were flying past within inches of us at 50-60 mph and it was hard to enjoy the stunning scenery when survival instinct kicks in. We arrived at the lakeside beach, paddled, ate and sunbathed and I went off around the cliffs for a few casts. I had to climb over hundreds of meters of rocks to find a suitable place to fish, everywhere else seemed too shallow and unsheltered wind, making it hard ...