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... called La Gringa and spent a lazy afternoon there overlooking the lake. It was very quaint and decorated so cute with blue chairs, chalkboard menus, pastries in the display cases, and french windows. The food was incredibly fresh, super tasty, and presented like a work of art. I sat by a stove to keep warm while I gazed out on the lake. Wi-fi didn't work and I was secretly happy about that. I went back to the dorm and tried to take a nap. I figured I'd just rest ...
... another tourist info office after eating, and spent an hour trying to book bus tickets through them … but they were having just as much luck as we’d had before, so we left empty handed.
Back at the hostel I turned on the noise machine to cut my hair, then I showered and went to bed. Don continued on her email mission to find a trip to Antarctica … until 2am!
Next morning we got going as early as Don woke up and got me out of bed. I had ...
... the hike, but at the top it was truly breaktaking. We were actually above the clouds! I wish I could add pictures, but itīs impossible to find a computer with an SD slot. If you want to know more about the volcano, you can read the wikipedia article. After hours of climbing, it was great to finally descend the mountain. Of course, it wasnīt a boring walk downhill. They set up runs in the snow where you can slide down on your butt, or with a plastic sled for ...
... lots of Princess passengers ahead of and behind us, so we knew we definitely weren’t going to be leaving at the scheduled time of 4:30. This was definitely a mess – to add to the confusion, there were no visible representatives from any of the ships present. If passengers had questions, they had to ask the port security, and it seemed that none of them spoke English. It took an hour to make it through the line and onto a tender. We returned ...
... their brethren of trees filled the empty gaps and the surrounding Andes rose to enclose it all, snow capped and jagged.
It wasn’t long before we were passing immigration at an icy Argentine border and then back on the bus to traverse the Pueyehue National Park. Now, this park has a bit of reputation.. as recent as 2011, this park is responsible for worldwide aviation disruption, mass evacuation and billions spent on re-fueling damaged local ...
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