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8.2.15 to 14.2.15 Chile, Pucon - Chiloe
The next morning we packed up early and headed back to Villarrica to a quaint little café to spend some time on the net, post a blog and sipping away at a Mokachino whilst relishing in piece or two of cake. All of our healthy eating has gone well and truly out the window and we are in holiday mode. We also enjoyed some empanadas for lunch and went to the supermarket for a few supplies.
That afternoon ...
... stinking hangover. It was bad enough for me to turn down seconds of breakfast. But I took full advantage of the closest thing to good coffee which I had had in South America. Ben and I had only had a couple of beers each and split a bottle of wine, so I was surprised to feel so bad. I think there were two reasons. Firstly, I had my room roasting hot to dry my clothes. Secondly, the rickety old scales seemed to show that I have lost a stone in weight. That would explain not being able ...
... br> Liberties aren’t given, they are taken. - Aldous Huxley
Study nature, love nature, stay close to nature. It will never fail you. - Frank Lloyd Wright
What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you? - Corinthians 6:19
Living is easy with eyes closed. Misunderstanding all you see. - Strawberry Fields Forever, John Lennon
... right over head and some seriously heavy rain. Once on the island and heading south the weather started to brighten up, perfect timing for our arrival at the beautiful palafito hostel we had been recommended (the palafitos are old buildings on stilts over the sea, traditionally lived in by fisherman). This was quite possibly our favourite breakfast spot yet, in the morning on the wooden decking at the back of the building over the harbour. Having had a quick look ...
... we set our tent up to discover that we had more daylight available than we had bet on. Chiloé is situated at a similar latitude to New Zealand and in the summer the sun doesn't set until 10pm. So it was that we ate another home cooked meal watching the sun go down over the waves. Ancud was in a beautiful setting, across the channel from the mainland and acted as a regional hub for the surrounding network of tiny villages. Accordingly our time spent ...