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... I may surf a bit there. Then I will pack my bike up and bus the busy 300k to Arica, hopefully for some more surfing, before going to Cusco and Macchu Pichu. I will either bus or fly to Cusco. Flying may be safer. This does all mean that I will be biking a lot less. Once I stop to see Vicki in 10 days, I will probably only do another week cycling. But I will do many other interesting things, which was always the plan. I have just front loaded the cycling (not the bike) a bit, and ...
... enjoy Frutillar's amazing views on this day. Today was also my final day in the Lakes District of Chile - with a 15 hour overnight bus ride back to Santiago. I will be spending one more night in Santiago before leaving for Buenos Aires on my birthday, ...
... radiating down every street and through every yard. It reminds us of living in the Pacific North West where the abounding plant life that can be found flourishing in every crack and crevice. Here, there is a similar sense of scenic wonder that enlightens the spirit with every moment spent outdoors. Soon there will be roses too, lining every street and commencing another bustling summer season in the City of Roses. Our Bed & Breakfast, ...
... shirt on... He is a surfer with an 8 pack. That's all I'm going to say about that. I figured it was his MO, but I didn't care. He later quizzed me about his age (again another tactic, hmmm). He looked very young. He said he drove and I knew you had to be at least 25 to rent a car here, so I told him that he was at least 25, so I honestly guessed 26. He gave me a huge hug (sans shirt) and said he was 35. Wow! Seriously didn't look it. The Frenchies (as he called ...
... We ended up sharing quite a few rounds of mate with her while she taught us some basic Spanish. Her face would swell with pride when we got something right and one of her awkward laughs would squeeze out, catching us by surprise and sending us into laughter which would trigger her more and create a giddy loop of giggles.
That night we slept upstairs and with the tremmors created by Marina chopping some cucumbers downstairs, the fading whine of Nur's apple sugar ...