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... a great meal. Peter sat and watched and then we went back to the German bar for him to have his meat quota for the week.
Pucon is overshadowed by the large volcano Villarica which is of limits at the moment as it is on amber alert. Our first night we could see the red glow of the lava bubbling away in the crater. The town will get a very loud siren going if they need to evacuate. That would be exciting!
Peter went Hydro boarding the next ...
... into our tents, eagerly anticipating day two and fearing the likely aches after our earlier three hour ride. Day 2 Day two was the first 'proper' days trekking, with our 5kg of essential belongings safely strapped into our saddle bags, our tents folded and food loaded onto a pack horse-which was weighed down with a hefty load, but as compensation, was free to run untethered amongst the group as we rode, stopping wherever he fancied for a nibble of grass and slurp out ...
... don't **** it up or you'll stab yourself" 1 by 1 we headed down.
It was a great day finished off by a few beers and some good food at a local joint with the other mountaineers and the staff of the hostel Chilli Kiwi, which if you ever get here you must stay, like a family log cabin I could have stayed here for far longer. Alas I have to drag my ass to the nations capital, I hope you've enjoyed this instalment,
talk to you soon.
... my own life. In fact, I don't think there are any. Lucky me. Climbing Volcan Villarica from 1400m at the top of a chair lift to 2847m is singularly the most physically - and at times, mentally - challenging thing I have ever done (apart from work in city law firms for 10 years. Few mental challenges could ever match that). I also wasn't afraid of heights. I am now. Despite my excitement, I massively underestimated the magnitude of the trek. Neither the guide books, ...
... of the heaps of activities available in this little town. We were all pretty keen to do an activity so we decided to sign up for hydro speed ( basically body boarding but on rapids ) along with a volcano hike and hot spring later this evening. Only problem was hydro speed was in 30 minutes and we were starving. We booked it to the bakery and grabbed some empanadas and I was quickly reminded of how **** the food was in chile. Every single ...