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... the right one, even though I knew there was only one in the village ("It's the big, new-looking one" - Diego).
Diego turned up soon enough. The group had whittled down to seven - apparently the rest had just come to Peulla for a day trip and were returning to Puerto Varas, and only myself and two other families were actually crossing the border. The families, I learned, were Brazilian.
Diego looked at me.
"How's your Portugese?"
... for the bike ride I am supposed to be doing around the Isle of Wight in June! The sun came out so I ditched the bike and headed up the hills for the best views. I also managed to find myself a local salsa class by asking around just metres from the hostel. It was basic but lots of fun, yet again showing salsa people are friendly and inclusive all over the world! Next stop is Mendoza where I will be meeting up with Michelle, finally catching up with her after she left the UK in ...
... more beautiful. We encountered some giant bees along the trail but we made it to the falls. The "falls" were a bit underwhelming after seeing iguazu falls (about a 10 foot drop), but they were beautiful in their own way. There were rocks scattered throughout (matts inner geologist came out and he played with the rocks for a bit) and lots of greenery. We splashed around for a bit and headed back. This trail is so neat though-there are huge trees that have ...
... views of the lakes and mountains. One might be in Canada or NZ or Switzerland. The roads are lined with huge swathes of bright yellow and orange broom, pine trees, dog roses and many other species which are familiar at home.
Our hotel room has a great view over the lake, but absolutely rubbish internet access, hence sitting in the choc shop writing ...
... We saw hawks and lizards and lots of snakes. I was in my element. Katie pretended to listen to my constant rambling, and my small scale lessons on the effects of deforestation.
Chiloe: I wasn't interested in going to Chiloe, that was all Katie. It was a total bust, one day it rained so much and so hard that we had to stay inside until the afternoon, at which point the whole town shut down for siesta and then it rained again.
We ate a lot of Mexican food. That is ...