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there are more gaps than information in this blog but today has to be recorded! We have spent a wonderful morning with Lizzie Freeman, who is an amazing 95yr old and is the lady standing to the right of Pop in the picture we've been working from. She is one of the great granddaughters of Robert J Roberts! ...
... me tag along! Next came, the border crossing back to Chile, after my mare getting into Argentina, turns out I'd had an even bigger disaster than I thought, I'd been stamped out of Chile but not stamped into Argentina, not sure how, but my fault for not checking! So the last 8 days in Argentina had been illegal, and a 'big problem', solved of course by paying a fine, which I'm yet to work out, it could be 300 pesos around £20, not bad, or $300 or €300, a bit worse! We'll see, if ...
... day. I get all the fun jobs. Hangover and cooking for 24 people. Oh dear….. So it was a another crazy run around trying to groceries. It was pretty hard since there was nothing in the shops in Futaleufu. We were staying in a lodge for 2 nights and I was really looking forward to being warm and staying in a bed. Oh I miss my 5 star living. : ) It’s an adventure ...
... feeling, a rush of adrenaline with a huge feeling of relief. It reminded me of finishing that last day of a six week notice at work. The Chilean men pulled up about half an hour into the journey. That was as far as he was taking us. We were plonked 20km down the dusty road, into the middle of nowhere and had 48km to go. We had no food, we had no gas. What to do, what to do? "Walk through the night of course", was David's solution. With no other choice, we cheerfully plodded ...
... What, you cannot see any rafting photos? Well, the thing is that a book about extreme sports told that it can be done from Chaiten, town near the Futaleufú. Guess what? It was from the town I passed by before, 4 hours away, too bad...
I then didn't stay too long around Chaiten (frustrated?) and I took a nice 3 bus - 3 boat rides to go up in the country to go to Puerto Montt. Then a night bus to Pucon because the touristy look of Puerto Montt didn't appeal too much to me.