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... home on Friday, and we're both conscious this is our last day together for quite a while.
We spend the day exploring. Peru and Bolivia have two seasons: wet and dry. Seasons in Pucon and Puerto Varas can be similarly split, into 'high' and 'low'. It's quiet here given the time of year, but despite our obvious tourist-ness, we are not hassled by salespeople looking to get us signed up to a hike or staying in their hostel (Alfonso, our Argentinian host, later explains that ...
... love or we might say "Dinner for Sweethearts". How nice. Oh **** I forgot St. Valentines Day! It's an advert for a St. Valentine's special dinner and I forgot. I am dead meat. I might as well go and throw myself in the lake now.
My heart is pounding and my thought train is now a runaway express careering downhill with failed brakes. Oh ****! Have I missed it? When is it again? I know it's in February, but when? It's easy at home because you see cards in ...
... views of all the volcanoes. We then head back along the river and stop in couple of places for a look (Stefan knows the river intimately as it’s where he brings groups fishing. He tells us in the summer there are 40kg King Salmon and huge Brown and Rainbow Trout – and unlike the UK, you don’t need special (and expensive) permits to fish for them. Glancing round it’s hard to imagine a more beautiful spot to come fishing. The river Petrohue is where ...
... the same age. Everyone here is upper 20's or lower 30's. If you're in your lower 30's you're considered old. :-( As I was talking with Elka, the German woman, out of the corner of my eye I saw James kiss the French girl (Chloe, can't remember her name..). I was kind of bummed, but oh well. We had a very delicious dinner and drank a ton of Sangria. For some reason, the girl and her brother didn't want to go out, so the other Frenchie, James, and I went out. We ...
... the warm blankets Elena had provided we slept surprisingly well.
The next morning we woke early, had some oats and with the sun rising behind an overcast sky we trudged through the wet grass to the goat shed to start work. There we met a man who looked like the quintessential Chilean farmer. It turned out he was. He wore a guanaco-hair (an animal similar to a lama) jersey vest ingrained with the heavy smell of manure and fresh goat's milk. He introduced himself ...
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