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... 8211; smoked salmon, cream cheese, avocado, tomato… The cloud continued to clear and we were treated to a beautiful view of snow capped Choshuenco volcano. Once again we did a stroll through the town, which had its streets lined with roses and they were all in full bloom. Just beautiful. The last leg of the day's drive was again on a back road through agricultural land and with ...
... to get certified to teach Hatha Yoga (cómo yo), is pretty awesome. And when you speak somewhat of another language and can talk about something of which you are both so passionate, cómo yo y yoga, the conversation flowed. It was a wonderful day. We decided to do something again today together. Off we went to the natural hot springs, heated of course by the active, yet dormant nearby volcano, Volcan Villarica. And then something very interesting ...
I couldn't resist stealing Kate's pun for this one. So proud. After 4 days of Santiago growing on us we hopped on a night bus to Pucon for 8 hours which turned out to be fairly comfortable as all the seats are either full (cama) or half (semi-cama) beds with pillows and blankets as part of the ticket. It was all happily uneventful unlike getting to the bus station which involved first going to the wrong one as per our hostel's instructions, then paying $20 to go 5km down ...
... have to
go down on a bum board! There are chutes cut in to the snow and ice, and you
basically sit on a bum shaped piece of plastic, and fly down the side of the
Volcano! What took us hours to get up took us about 40 minutes to get down. It
was terrifying in places, you had to use the handle of your ice axe to slow
down by digging it in to the ice by your hip, which was about as effective as
it sounds, so you just careered wildly down ...
... Pichanga', which is basically a heap of meat, eggs, fries, avocado and olives. The small portion was more than enough for us to share and perfect after a 10 hour bus ride. We ended up chatting to the waiter about Chilean politics as there was a presidential election coming up. He said that the Chilean people generally have no interest in voting. People just don't seem to care which was quite a shock considering the whole Pinochet ordeal. But who are we to judge as we don't know ...