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This semester there are no week long breaks. The only break I have left is after midterms but I had this break for easter..end of March...one whole day. Now that is very important because I have classes everyday except Sunday. Talk about enjoying my last semester of college. Either way my Saturday class is one of my favorites.
Back to this trip. I took overnight bus here...a bit farther south in Chile...still nowhere near the bottom! ...
... So there we have it, I´d have to say this has to be the experience i´ve had so far travelling. In fact the past week alone, we´ve been taking all sorts of adventures. Lets hope the fun continues!
The Following day we didn't achieve a great deal other then hitting the hot springs at night, which were quite nice and as for today myself and Micheal ventured out to a beach by a lake and i believe the plan for tonight is to head back to the hot ...
... since there apparently wasnt enough snow. We saw a couple other groups haphazardly sledding and were slightly jealous, but also glad our guides resorted to safety vs peer pressure. We didn't get to sled all the way down due to a lack of snow but the part we did was super fun and 100% better than walking down. The remaining portion was brutal. It was rocky and caused a lot of slippage and potential broken ankles, so I walked very slowly and carefully even though ...
... as mine! Her name was Kathleen and she was from New York.
The next morning we went to the agency together, we were probably closest because our hostel was just across the street, but still we were the last to arrive. Ten others were already busy getting on their clothes and shoes and packing the backpacks that we got from the agency. We needed a lot of gear, besides grampons we also needed extra clothes that would protect us against the ice and sharp rocks. We took ...
... br> or 8 hour trek thankfully turned out to be only 6 leaving us plenty
of time to get back before dark, which was doubtful before!!!
A steep, steep
climb in midday heat left us a little on the warm side to say the
least and a scramble towards the top of the mountain through thick
bush and pine forests, although sheltered was sufficient enough to
ensure we felt like we earned our reward of a view without a breeze
in the air or ...