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Diversity has been a central theme of this holiday and just reinforces for us the incredible range of ecosystems, cultures and even styles of travel that can feature in any trip to this amazing continent. There's definitely something for everyone, and we've only touched on a few key locations. We'll certainly back! It's always nice to reflect on the highs and lows of any journey, but the experiences we've had in each location have been so completely different ...
... Some of the local dogs seem to know him well too. Santiago is home to a million stray dogs. We were lucky enough to be joined by one of them, Rocco, for most of the tour. He was wearing some sort of ladies sports top like a jacket. Several times I was concerned we'd lost him only to see him running up behind us before too long. Sometimes, he ran ahead and waited, obviously knowing the route well. He was also our security. At one point he ...
... to meet Romy of a scheduled City tour of the City. We just missed a daylight mugging. Someone went up to a girl and stole her phone! I have consistently heard that the petty crime in Chile is bad, and to witness it myself in my first day.. Well i'll be keeping everything close. I didn't even bring my nice camera! The tour was interesting but we cut it short to stop for dinner. We were at Plaza de Armes, the city's main square. Surround in one ...
... all our hearts. That night we slept in the van parked on George's property. All of us were so thankful for their unconditional kindness, even for some hopeless gringos. As a thank you, we wrote them a thoughtful note and exchanged contact information promising to remain forever friends. The morning after almost losing our van in the river, cloudy rain covered most of Chile. In the park we planned for hiking, swimming and ex cetera, but after all the chaos, ...
... happy I had (1) worn my hiking pants and (2) had brought along my waterproof Patagonia jacket.
Anyway, after this point in the hike, the incline decreased and the hiking was much, much easier. The path continued up the valley, but the impressive south face of Morado never appeared as a backdrop for our hike.
After another 45 minutes of hiking through pretty easy albeit rocky terrain, we reached Laguna de Morales, a small lake ...