Surf Eat Sleep Hostel
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... a couple of days ago, I did not realize that this was a kind of eel. The thought is a bit disgusting but the taste is excellent.
Our drive “home” is beautiful. We drive through an area of town that has beautiful modern houses right above the sea with spectacular views. The French guy tells us that the village has 15,000 people in winter and goes up to 100,000 in summer. They are getting ready for the summer now; ...
... br> The whole incident happened and was over in about an hour and a half - I was back at the surf shop dropping off my board just before closing time. The man running the shop assured me that nothing less than 8 stitches was of significance and said the last time he got stitches and the swell was good he just ripped them out and went surfing anyways.
Conveniently Val showed up a few minutes later to see if I was done surfing....
... are numerous good surfspots around this town. And people were friendly enough to tell us where to go daily. No packed lineups in Chile, waves for everyone!
Last but not least together with Victoria we drove to Pichilemu to meet up with Ismael. A great guy, big wave surfer and excellent barbeque chef. We stayed at his place for a few days and he told us how to surf and we basically ...
Day 66 – Wednesday 05 December 2012
So I agreed vaguely to meet Fede back at Kayak Pucon at 1000 but it was pouring with rain and no one showed up and I didn’t feel so bad as it just wasn’t a nice day to go for a paddle. Did check out the canoe shop and tried to buy a new skeg for our stand up paddle board but they didn’t have any in stock so it’s off ...
... from the top of one of the cliffs.
Dinner was Churipan, which is a type of Chilean sausage. Gaby and I bought a few packages of these little wieners, and fried them up for ourselves, which was a yummy way to end the day. However, while we were scarfing down our Churipan, a swarm of mosquitos feasted on us, which was miserable. And not even before long, both Gaby and I had to retreat to my room, which was luckily, mosquito free! Here, we watched the third ...