Estancia Peuma Hue
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... more so. He was right that even if i'd had my ticket I'd be freaking out at the delay, and it was good that he was there to translate. When we weren't sure if the bus would work out, he told me the cold, hard truth: I was stuck in an Argentinian resort town known for its chocolate with somebody who would lend me money and make sure I was safe and housed. We even made tentative plans for another dinner and bottle of wine. When the time came to board the bus, he stayed with me until ...
... telling the bus driver/tourguide that I've been sick all day (probably food poisoning. I did eat raw fish the day before and everyone did instantly understand - I did not want them all to know that I am just hangover) I was seated in the front, because the road was very bumpy.
Just before we crossed the boarder to Argentina I felt hungry. That was the best thing what hapened to me today. That meant I'm not hangover anymore. Yay for that!
... you give it, you take it. 2. Because she is my mother. 3. Because I wouldn't know either, if I weren't living in South America (and I asked someone if USA was even playing in it...). But yes, there is a big match going on called the World Cup. I had just arrived back in Chile from Argentina the first night Chile played and against Australia. I was excited to be in Chile and hopefully watch it with a fun group of Chileans or at least an excited bunch of travelers at my hostel. I ended ...
... hiker, myself probably the least. Carrying tents, campstoves, and food in our packs didn't seem to bother them, but it slowed me down a bit.
The trail entered an airy, open forest. Trail markers let us know we were on the right track and walking exactly the average expected speed. We walked approximately 3.5-4 hours, most of it uphill through a forest. We arrived at the refuge just an hour before sunset. Just in time to set up camp and make an awesome hodgepodge ...
... confess that I missed them a bit, since the last two months we haven't seen one even with binoculars. They make me feel a bit at home, even though we are in the Patagonian Andes. They give a nice feeling of knowing exactly where you are: that mountain is there, the other one is over there, and I'm here. A little more sense of orientation and tranquility. Probably something for mountaineers, as Nina would say; but after all in these days she had the opportunity as well to ...