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... volcano which stands along Lake Villarica. Not only does it make for a wonderful view but it is also a fairly user-friendly volcano to climb, given that it isn't too high (2 840m). At the top one can even see the lava boiling around (or whatever it is that lava does) in the crater. But alas, our volcano dream was not meant to be.
It poured with rain and the cloud cover was so dense that we could barely see the lake, let alone the ...
Well, as all things must do, our time in Argentina finally came to an end. Thankfully, I suppose, at least as far as our feet were concerned since, in case it wasn't clear from the last entry, we spent the vast majority of our time in Argentina hiking. And eating large chunks of meat. But mostly hiking.
Anyway, like I said, feeling it was probably time for a change of pace, we spent our first full day in Chile in the medium-sized lakeside town of Puerto Varas ...
I didn't really give Puerto Montt a chance, I had tried and failed to book a hostel so instead took the offer of renting a room in a little old lady's house. She was very deaf which made communication harder. it was 10 minutes from the centre so after dumping my bag I headed out to try and find some of the famous curanco - a dish of fish, seafood, chicken, sausage and potato cooked in a whole in the ground. Unfortunately the market area I headed to was closed up so ...
... down the path was interesting , steep incline with loose stones, not easy on the legs. We did make it back to the bus stop just as a bus was going to leave - perfect timing! Another great day and training session for the upcoming "W" walk that we will do just before Christmas. We fell in love with Pucon and now have fell in love with Puerto Varas, but moving on tomorrow to Chiloe. Photos of the kayaking trip to follow - awaiting the hostel to send them to ...
... it was just blah. I hung out in a cafe for the most part taking advantage of the wi-fi, then stopped by a mall to kill time. I was happy to get on that ferry and randomly the weather changed for the better. The views off the ferry were beautiful and PM didn't look as bad as a city as I thought. For accommodations, I chose the cheapest option. I'd previously envisioned being at the bottom of the ferry sloshing around with a bunch of people in tight quarter bunk beds. I ...