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Equipped with pick-axes and hard hats, we hiked - if that is the right word - up Quetrupillan, a volcano covered in pristine snow. Through the forest and the snow got deeper and deeper, up to knees and thighs if you happened to step on a soft spot. Beyond lay dunes of untouched snow, soft rounded hills that were very hard to walk up. Had we made it to the volcano summit,
the pickaxes and hard hats would ...
... hour goes on and we are getting further and further out into no mans land. We come across what looks like a split in the road and toss up which way to go. We have differing opinions, but we head off and start to peel around a massive cliff face. But we kick on and things are starting to look a bit rough now. We decide that if we get nowhere within half an hour, we will turn around and make the long trip back up the mountain to the tunnel. The mountain seems to go ...
We had two nights in San Pedro, which is in the desert. It was a small touristy town, but really nice and relaxing. The warm weather during the day made a nice change after the freezing salt flats! We just relaxed and ate lots of good food on our first day. On our second day, we went ...
... it was a gorgeous day outside I managed to drag myself to breakfast and then back to bed for a lazy day! Lucky for me insist feel too bad for staying in as I was preparing myself for the fun evening ahead at out cooking class that we had booked. What a fantastic evening. Learning to make Pisco Sours the Chilean way (Peru and Chile have an ongoing battle as to who has the original/best) making empañadas, and eventually, because ...