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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 come down, and because we were with a bunch of people who had never done it before, to say it took long was the understatement of the century.
We continued through the stream and got to waterfall number 3. It was a little bigger but when this one was done, we were told that that was the last one we would be going down. I hate to admit it, but the canyoning in Ecuador was way better. Our guide organized us a special ...
... took it over a v.tiring steep ascent. It was all legs from there though and surprisingly the first bit up the black gravel of the volcano was the hardest as our bodies started asking us questions regarding the cheques we were cashing. After only half an hour we were putting on crampons (best invention ever) and starting in the snow. It's very daunting looking up at where you're about to go but at the same time if you look down 5 minutes later you're surprised at how far ...
Headed back in to Chile today from Argentina for the last
time, to go to Pucon – it’s the adventure capital of Chile, they compare it to
Queenstown in New Zealand a lot, where there is every kind of adventure sport
you could want to do, and the main attraction for us – Volcano Vaillarica. Its one
of the highest active Volcanos in the world that its possible to climb to ...
... 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 ...