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From Bariloche, I arrived in Pucon, Chile to the imposing sight of a steaming volcano. The first night in the hostel two english girls told me that on Fridays the town has volcano drills where sirens go and the whole town starts to march out!
I biked around the town and by the river with the two english girls and had a giant ice cream.
This was the reason we had come to Pucon. The stories about climbing the vulcano and then sliding back down over the glacier made it sound too good to miss. All it needed was a clear day and a fair amount of endurance. Many people had waited for days until the skies cleared so they could climb the 2800m high vulcano, but we were first time lucky. …
Hike up smoking Volcán Villarrica
Termas Los Pozones (hot springs) at night
Heading south from Santiago on the Pachamama (Earth Mother) tour on a beaten-up minibus, driven by our guide Sergio, a multi-lingual driving machine powered only by coffee and yoghurt. He knew 'Cheers!' in 16 languages. First proper stop was Pichelemu, a coastal town famous for surfing and popular with Chileans for summer holidays, despite the …
We arrived last night just after 11pm. We wanted to go to the Parque National Huerquehue today but didn't fancy the very early bus transfer. After a lot of talk and discussion, we decided to try get a minibus transfer. The girl at the hostel made a phonecall and ten minutes later (at this stage well after 12am!) there was a minibus driver standing …
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