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... manual mountain bike pump.
I am now the proud owner of a CyclePump air compressor from Best Rest Products, USA. Same as the one I left at home. These are great, robust compressors.
I also had to trouble shoot an issue with our Baehr intercom. Turned out to be a faulty connection in the lead to my helmet. A good application of WD40 seemed to sort this out. Dust and rain from the Austral Highway must have been the culprits.
... aerial zip lining which was very cool. The final 'rest day' was the activity everyone comes to Pucón to do, hike the Villarica volcano, it has to be done in a guide-led group with ice axes, crampons and hard hats. It was going so well, we were the first group up the mountain but as we neared the top our leader decided to stop short due to the amount of toxic gases being belched out ...
... about 15 groups doing the climb and we were only overtaken by 2… and of course we had the highest average age BY FAR!
There were great but brief celebrations at the top as the wind was howling and with the wind chill, the temperature was well below freezing. While rearranging our clothing and taking a few pictures there were a couple of deep rumblings from the volcano. The first ...
... of your misery now and to stop you thinking that i am a hero, I can tell you now that i didnīt make it to the top. I got halfway up which i think is pretty respectable, I climbed 1290 metres in all. This is not the same as walking or hiking 1290m as you are forever doing zig-zags to safely traverse up the mountain. It took about 3hrs; while i wasnīt happy that i didnīt make it to the top, i was satisfied with how far i had got. Particularly as i was scared for about 90% of ...
... mix. The mix was just baking powder so we had a lot of improvising to do. This involved basically piling in a huge amount of dulce de leche and sugar to try and produce something that was actually edible.It turned out to be a success, so we ate that and with our fresh energy, we went to book a bus ticket to head to Santiago tonight. We also had some spare ...