Hotel & Termas Huife
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... your waist and on each leg. There was also a small personal plastic disk sledge locked onto the waist strap.
The fun was just about to begin - our descent would be by a method, translated from Chilean Spanish into English, known as "**** skiing". In practice this meant that we were going to slide down the volcano on our butt using our ice axe to steer and to brake. The first part of the descent was on a pretty steep section so we just slid ...
... Im impressed :D. Shame I can't.
I think we were home at about three in the morning which is pretty early here ;). But we had a nice program for the next day and Chileans can get a bit aggressive at times. Only a little though ;P.
Next morning we first went to get breakfast in 'Oma's Cafe'. Nice. And Kuchen <3.
You can find German stuff everywhere here.
Then we were picked up by our guide for the day (who was also present at yesterdays party btw ;)). ...
... we made several friends along the way. A local man having lunch with his twelve-year old daughter made some calls to friends in search of someone with a four-wheel-drive vehicle who might be able to take us on another route, along the Interlago Road, passing the Andes a bit further to the North. Although this friend of his didn't pan out, another local guy, whom we can truly now call our friend, Juan Pablo, jumped in to help.
Juan Pablo, the director of an ...
... the atacama has only 3 to 7% humidity which is what makes it good for viewing the stars as humidity make everything hazy
Thurs 5th June - Today was pretty boring. My flight to Santiago wasn't until 10.50 that night so I had all day to kill in San Pedro. I packed my bag and checked out the3n headed to the Gustavo le Paige museum which was listed on Lonely Planet. It was ok, lots of stone artifacts and arrow heads from the initial settlers of the area. I tried to read ...
... just you, the mountain and the views.
Villarica was one of the toughest hikes I've done and one of the best. The only one that comes close is when I climbed Scafell in the lake district and that was only 964m above sea level. Having said that we started at the bottom of that one and weren't able to slide back down. Either way I love a good hike and Nepal is calling for huge hikes and yoga retreats. Until then I continue down south. ...