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... far today! Shocking. I then came across a man, who I later discovered was Simons dad, also on a 125, who was fascinated with my tyres and disc brakes, he said Simon had gone up the trail to see the Sierra Nevadas, it was the only trail head with loads of cars in it, so I should have cottoned on, but I was determined to press on and make progress through the sand. I met Simon and his dad later on the road and we shared a ...
... unique (with desert to the north, Andes to the east, Patagonia to the south and the Pacific to the west) that these things could bring in bacteria etc. to harm or alter the native species. With this in mind and not wanting to wind up in Chilean jail for the audacious crime of smuggling a peach, we stopped before the border at the base of Volcano Lanin to eat up our remaining contraband. Turns out it was pretty unnecessary to gorge ourselves since at the border a ...
... snow. Or ice. Or a glacier. The whole way up. Without the ice pick and crampons I would never have made it. The walk started pleasantly enough, trekking through the misty lowlands of the volcano's base at around 8.30am. Whilst we were trekking through snow, we didn't need crampons and the ice picks our guides from AguaVentura had given us seemed a little bit unnecessary at that time. As we climbed, the wind started to become much stronger and the gradient took a ...
Someone did a **** in the shower last during last nights shena****ns so the morning was playing cluedo to try and find out who the culprit was. There were a few suspects that slowly got weaseled down to a few. I think I know who did it, I'm not gonna name names. Anyway it was hilarious. At some point in the evening someone also dragged blood through the hostel because they cut themselves.
Martin was hungover but we tried to get ...
... hours of walking isn't the best idea for someone with a broken collarbone... We ended the day with a nice omelette, more pisco and then drinks in an overhyped bar where it was happy hour all day every day (2 for 1 but drinks were double the price of other places...) On our final day in Pucon we had our night bus to Santiago to catch at 9pm so we spent the day exploring the town and chilling at the hostel before going back to our favourite pizza place - couldn't resist a round ...