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... between our legs, we booked ourselves onto the next flight from Esquel to Buenos Aires.
We had some time to kill in Esquel and decided to make a quick visit to the ex-Welsh colony town of Trevelin. This was a town of dirt roads and tumbleweeds. Cute, but quieter than a choir of shy church mice. Later that afternoon we were on our way to Buenos Aires.
Patagonia's weather and transport system had got the better of us. But we got some ...
... l, 24 year old IT specialist from Santiago, was asked to explain why he thought it would be tempting for these holidaying families and hard-working locals to allow him to sully their expensive vehicles with the noodle-stained shorts hanging loosely below his ass or his dusty guitar case smelling pungently of cannabis, he coughed briefly, absent-mindedly dug something from his nose and furtively wiped it on his sleeve, then blinked a number of times in rapid ...
... we queuing holding an ice cream cone gently in his teeth as he disappeared around the corner, when he then approached me 10 minutes late I didn't recognize him as the same dog. He came to join us for a cuddle and hadn't looked twice at our ice creams however when Rachael put down her cone a bit later but wanting any more he was on it in seconds again having the cone very gently by the point. We started to laugh recognising him and he looked so guilty, he then vanished ...
... 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 ...
... on the second day was rainy, which meant that we couldnīt do the hike he had planned since it inv:olved crossing steep rocks which get very wet in the rain. Day two was actually an extra part of the W circuit so, i guess, it wasnīt so bad that we missed it. The afternoon and evening got very cold due to the elevation and wind, so we were allowed to sit in the rangers hut next to the oven. It just so happened that they were cooking roast chicken + mash potato ...
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