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... back to the equipment office where they dropped all their equipment off and celebrated their achievement with a beer or two.
David returned to the hostel, later than Maria hoped, and quickly showered before heading out to meet the others at lake for sunset which just happened to be fantastic.
We had dinner at the Arabian place which was really nice, and then went to Mamas and Tapas for a drink afterwards. When we got back to ...
... no less than 12,000 Chileans went 'missing'. But back on it's feet it is one of the safest countries on the continent and you'll most likely be approached with a "Hola" than a blade and requests for your vauables.
So first up was Puerto Varas, unfortunately the weather didn't quite play ball so didn't really do much here, although it is a charming little German settlement with great craft beer and plenty of natural attractions, but I ...
... But it was really relaxing even though it smelled like sulfur.
Back in the hostel we only slept.
Next day (Sunday) we allready had to pack our stuff which we left in some lockers outside the hostel. Then we went to the beach which was pretty close (this is a lake btw not the ocean).
First we walked around a little but soon we found some boats (do you want one of us to come along and paddle for you? No, we can do this, NOT).
As you can see, we had some difficulties ...
... so was the Interlago, the only alternative route we could take toward Santiago, we resigned ourselves to the fact that we needed to stay the night in Curarrehue and hope for weather conditions that would allow the water to subside. The problem was we were not quite sure what to pray for. It continued to rain, sideways at times, but the bus driver, now our fearless leader, informed us that the rain was not the issue. What we needed was for the temperature to drop and the wind ...
... an hour as the unloaded some bags and a couple of people got off. I finally got into Santiago about 2.30 in the morning and went to sleep.
Fri 6th June. I woke up and went to where I thought the bus terminal was. I was wrong. I had ended up going to the University of Chile metro station instead of the University of Santiago stop. Luckily they had a ticket booth there anyway and I booked a ticket to Pucon for 9.45 that night. It was going to be a 10 hour ride. I had ...