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... 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 ...
... really hard. And then they taught us how to play a field hockey type sport.
The next day two girls and I went horse back riding. It was pretty basic up a street with trees on it. Then we got to the top and it was a big field with a view of a big mountain. and then we hiked down and saw in incredible water fall. I think the dude said it was like 84 meters or something. It was like ...
... Canadians" who shall remain nameless as I canīt remember them.
After several service station stops (which becomes a recurring feature of this trip), we finally arrive in Pichilemu - supposedly the surfing capital of the south of Chile. Thereīs not much left of the day, but we hit the beach. Eddie decides to check out the waves, whilst Tom and I lie on the beach, watching some dude parade around a llama wearing a tiny sombrero. For a few of your ...
... for about an hour seeing the beautiful lake and gorgeous black sand beaches. We finally found a big hotel that was serving a breakfast buffet. It was very expensive and we were very tired so we sat there for 2 and a half hours eating, drinking coffee and chatting. After breakfast we found a touring company and decided to sign up for horseback riding and a zip line tour the next day. Brian was also interested in climbing the volcano (an all day trek that includes hiking through the ...
... walking downhill (bend your knees, lean back, dig your feet in and strain your thighs!) and began the steep descent.
Soon we reached the point where smooth gulley's had been carved into the snow, leading to the best bit of the day: sledging down the volcano! It took 3 different runs to get to near the bottom and was pretty much the most fun thing we've ever done! Once down all four of us were giddy and exhilarated enough to want to climb all the way up again ...
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