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... and sits on Lago Villarica.
When we arrived at the hostal the owner was very welcoming, didnīt speak any English but proceeded to tell us in Spanish all about a fantastic hike we could do the next day, where to eat and all about the renovation that he was having done to the hostal (of which he was very proud) and it did look great. We were amazed at how much we understood of what he said, Chileans speak ...
... very much to tell about the trail itself. Dietrich and I just talked about a million small topics, enjoyed nature, and enjoyed nature. I didn't think to expect such a variety of amazing things. For example, there was a tree that I don't think lives anywhere besides that region. It's kind of a cross between a palm tree and a pine tree, if that makes sense. It has long fronds covered in very sharp leaves, and typically just has a couple layers of ...
... our sixth and last entrance into Chile, for this year at least.
As we drove away from Argentina, we saw the sun, for a brief moment, for the first, and what would be the last time in days, peaking over the horizon and we continued to Chile heading in the direction of the Mamuil Malal pass, situated at 1,210 meters, which we knew should be open year round, but were aware that in some cases of snow accumulation, could be closed. Since it had been raining for nearly ...
... as it was midday and very hot and dusty. But I found my way and Rosario welcomed me with cold drinks, a tour of her house and garden and then lunch. Rosario was the friend of William and Magda that I'd met in their house and who'd offered to put me up for a few nights, she's an artist and her house is called full of canvases - on walls, on shelves, on chairs, stacked in piles and the most recent on a easel. I started taking Rosario about my trip down south in ...
... as the third-quartile down from the top of the country (more or less), level with Argentina and well below all other parts of South America. It’s famous for its huge lakes, big mountains, and very active volcanoes! Pucon is a nice, fairly small town on the edge of Lago Villarrica, with fairly easy access to a couple of very large national parks, a number of other lakes, lots of hot springs, plus the volcano itself. We’ve got no plans in the town when we ...