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Had a good lie in – just as well as new noisy neighbours
Came up with a delaying tactic, to wait until the weather
improves before heading south – am going to volunteer at a granja (a
smallholding) manana. Chief priority today therefore to get old clothes, shoes,
gloves and grub to go.
Also needed dosh as not sure when I’ll be free ...
... providing a hot lunch to all of the stranded bus people, but had provided dinner the evening prior and beds as well. The school's kids who board during the week were home for the weekend, leaving a hallway of rooms filled with empty bunk beds available for anyone who needed one. So we joined the group in the elementary school cafeteria where hot vegetable soup and bread was being served for lunch. Then, later, sandwiches and hot tea and coffee were handed out. We waited along ...
... that much weight to my front and back eating bread and only bread and a little more bread with a side of bread. Being a pescatarian in a country known for its farm raised, organic, massaged, named after a grandmother, cattle (or something along those lines) and also known for chocolate, finding a compromise is a little hard. But I digress. I stayed at this hostile and the town was really cute so I decided to stay two nights but that was only one full day. I tried to ...
... is big both in the lakes and surrounding streams as well. For those of you who want to say that you've skied on an active volcano there is also a ski resort on Villarica, though I've heard the actual skiing isn't anything cool. Another way to see the volcano is to get yo' crampons and pick axes and hike to the summit (weather permitting) and then you get to sled your way down.
But I only had a weekend and I ...
In the morning we walked to the Language Pucon School and were thrown straight into our class with Ricardo. For the next week we will be studying 3 hours of Spanish a day to add to the Little spanish we already speak and living with a local family to totally imerse ourselves in the language. They are Ingrid who is the mother and her 2 Young kids Matias who is 15 and Martina who is 8. In the afternoon we went for a walk to find our way ...