La Torre Suiza
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... of waiting we went back to our hostel to organise our trips. Everything went smooth and we would be starting with hydrospeed Saturday morning.
In the evening (because another part of the exchangers was couchsurfing) we were invited by some local guys to barbecue.
Appearantly the meat was amazing, on the grill for about three hours but - sadly - I didnt get the chance to try it ;).
Chilean guys can dance btw (of course this was turning into a party after 10 minutes :D). ...
... at our fist stop and loaded up on gear full thick wetsuit, jacket, gloves and 2 pairs of socks... We were ready to get real cold. Once we had all our gear sorted we hopped back in the van and headed a bit down the road to river. It was pretty sweet being such a small group it was only Jenny, Maarten and I so it really hurried things along.
Once we arrived at the river it was out of the van, on with the gloves and no hesitation straight ...
... with for 49 days. We are also so excited to see Patagonia which has been a place we've both really wanted to see for a long time. We met our group on our last night in Santiago and all went out for supper and some drinks. Most people are in their 20's and are from English speaking countries. We were happy to see everyone is laid back and fun. We started the long journey to the Lake District of Chile called Pucon on Sunday morning. We arrived around 5 pm. The town is ...
... was a road leading there, but we decided to try if we could make it along the coast line, which worked perfectly. Playa Blanca was much nicer than Playa Negra. The water looked like it does in the ocean when the water is really clear. And the surroundings of the lake was just fabulous with snow covered mountain tops. We were just walking along the beach taking photos. The hardest part was to find a way out of there. On the map ...