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... walk we go to the animal rescue shed. Here they have birds, dudu's (the smallest deer), Pumas and wild cats - they also have large rabbits here that they breed to feed the Pumas on. We go in all the cages except the wild cat, as they are the most vicious. The Pumas are only 7 months old and were born here, wary of us and staying their distance. There are Pumas in the wild here - we go back out, another walk to see the mature Pumas and the ...
... and huge and very close volcano makes you feel like you're in Jurassic Park or something. So cool. We wandered down the river for a while through the forest, and got to some rapids downstream and jumped around the rocks for a while. It was awesome to be outside in the sunshine and forest again, and we got a bit hyper running around the woods. The two guys who worked in the Ruca hostel were super friendly, one in particular called Kevin who was from ...
... Robin was able to get the sole of his boots reglued to their uppers - just as well given our later wet weather! The fronts had got rather like open duck's beaks. We also booked ferry tickets for the last sections of the Austral Highway.
The next day - 4 March - onward to Puyuhuapi - knowing that the road closed for roadworks at 1pm. We thought we had it sussed - until we got another rear flat - the tube gave up and we had to resort to the narrower one that Robin ...
... Indian music this evening by Bolivian musicians called Aisvara, they play a bamboo flute and tabla and do some beautiful ragas. A small crowd in a traditional german house but a very pleasant evening for my last in Chile and South America, at least for this trip! Quick trip to Frutilla, a small lakeside town about 30 mins from Puerto Varas before the airport transfer in the afternoon of my second day at Puerto Varas. It was very ...
... and have dinner later.
We went out at 8pm to find somewhere for dinner and came across a restaurant that looked quite busy. La Marca was a steak restaurant, prices looked good and they had one table left for us. After ordering, instead of the usual bread being served, they brought sopaipillas (delicious fried dough) and pebre. We ordered Bife de Chorizo steak with a side dish of devilled potatoes (sliced potatoes baked with cream and merken). Washed down with ...