Cabanas-Camping Playa Linda
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... narrow gravel road through lava fields and forests (including more Araucaria trees). The gravel road all the better for the fact that a grader had not been on it for awhile, unlike the other country roads, where round pebbles are scattered all over the road, with piles in the corners, and no definite track through any of it. We were also able to eat blackberries for lunch - one of the first colonising plants on the lava fields.
... then collapsed into bed.
Thursday 11 December
Today we were delighted to be able to enjoy, at leisure, the 5 star breakfast. We were picked up at 8.30 and drove around the volcano, finishing up on the south east side of it. Back in the National Park, we left the bus and walked about 3km steadily up hill (we’d been told it was pretty flat!) Through magnificent Araucaria ...
... in the sun to eat our packed lunch (that we made for the bike ride). After another quick soak, we changed back into our clothes for a drink on the bar's terrace.
Our pick up arrived at 4.30pm as agreed and drove us back to Pucón in time to pick up the rental car. It wasn't the car we had booked, we were given one with a smaller engine that might struggle on the hills, but it is a bit cheaper.
Before heading off ...
... get back to Puerto Varas and soon to bed so I could then head to Pucon in the morning. Off to Pucon I went the next day and I was so excited, I've been wanting to come here since I moved to Chile, but it just hadn't worked out yet. I arrived and so did the rain. So I was a little bummed, no I was really bummed because I was the only one staying at my hostel and I was stuck in the rain. But at the end of the day I finally just succumbed to the fact I just really ...
... moments where you realize that compared to nature, the human being is even less than a tiny piece of ****. It was just massive.
The fun part was getting down that monster – again, we put on some highly fashionable stuff, and sled on our bums down the snow fields, watched by two huge, slightly irritated condors circling above us.
Unfortunately, the snow didn’t reach all the way down the volcano, so we had to walk ...