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... on cherishing the moments we have left.
By the time the third ski week was half way through, Noa had become confident and brave on her board, jumping, doing 180's, kicking butt and taking names. Ari and Eli both could ski confidently nearly anywhere within Chapelco and knew the terrain well. It continued to be cold enough to snow almost daily on the mountain, while just a few degrees warmer in the valley below brought rain to the village. Despite the ...
... and went for a walk around town. Since I’m out of commission for a joy-walk I slept.
We had the front desk make dinner reservations for us at a little restaurant just down the street. It was mentioned in Lonely Planet . It was a small, quaint little place and the service was wonderful. The food was just O.K. but the ambiance made up for the not stellar food. We did however, have a delicious bottle of Argentine ...
... up at 7 the next day to take the car back and for squid to go to work and me to go to a conference the university was having about human rights and such matters.
Enough said, we had a blast, pooh on shoes and all! This week we have been taking it easy, walking, yogaing, going to the conference and/or work, the usual! Made Chili last night, it was to die for! Making fish tonight with squash and other grilled veggies, maybe an apple pie!
Besitos a todos y todas ;)
... pretty but at the moment it is very wet - every gutter is over flowing and the roads have small streams running along the side of them.
The man in the National Park office says it will be nicer weather tomorrow - so hopefully we’ll be able to see more and go for a walk. Fingers crossed!
He might well be right as we have just got back from dinner and it’s not raining anymore - however it’s so cold you can see your breath!
... the northern part of the Chilean Lake District passing the Alpine-like Villarrica and Pucón. The area was quite hazy from volcanic ash coming from the Puyehue volcano which erupted in June 2011. This is the same volcano that had Villa la Angostura in Argentina covered in ash and still appears to be disrupting flights. The border control post offers spectacular views of Volcan Lanin. As tempting as it was to climb it, we opted to head to San Martin ...