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... eating breakfast and since we were both going to do the same hike I asked if I could come along. So Josh, Martin and I spent most of the day hiking Frey mountain. We stopped at another craft beer place on our way home this one had a big patio looking towards the lake. We had lots of leftovers from dinner last night which Martin used to make this amazing pasta. It had mushroom and blue cheese sauce and a ...
When I woke up this morning I didn't feel as bad I thought I would be. I felt terrible about me having a smoke last night and a bit dizzy and probably still drunk. I was too wracked for a shower so I just packed my stuff and went off to the bus terminal.
Arriving there Ali and I tried to refund the tour we've booked the day before (while we were very "happy"). No success. I already started feeling worse than one hour ago when I woke up and I didn't ...
... was glad to get to a relatively big town for Semana Santa. My next stop was to cross into Chile, with main goal of getting more US dollars to help make the next part of Argentina cheaper, I had heard recommendations that Pucon was a great place for activities including hiking a volcano then sledging down on the snow, it was unlikely this was going to be on the cards, but there was plenty of hot springs for soothing those ...
... for another swim on the beach. The photos were then ready, and again not included in the tour, but another 200 pesos extra, but there are so many pictures on the cd and the pictures were great, so I couldn't resist, I just hope I can keep the cd in one piece before I get home. We started off back to the hostel at 5pm, half way back we got a flat tyre, all out the van again. The other rafting company that we had previously collided with in the river drove past ...
... with chocolate shops separated by tour operators and adventure stores. Some of the chocolate looked amazing and we were lucky enough to try a few samples.
Our plan was to find a fondue restaurant and make a booking for later that night. The one Danny had told us it was turned out to be incorrect but our adventures were not fruitless. We asked a few locals where this restaurant was and everyone knew it but by ...