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... after midnight, the guys working there were waiting for us because there was a misunderstanding about dates. We still had to pay and they thought we were checking out in the morning, but we had booked another two days. As way of apology, we brought out the chocolate biscuits which were gratefully accepted. We had a cup of coffee to finish off the night and to get some caffeine into Alejandra before she started her 1.5 hour drive back home.
... to get wet for no reason. This in mind I took a side trip to Puerto Montt, cheers Lonely Planet, in a suggestion no unlike myself and Carter encountered in the States it was mud, if you have ever harboured thoughts of going here recalculate and spent time elsewhere. It's widely known I enjoy a good **** town, but this place took the ****. The brooding sky set the scene for general ****** graf and without witnessing it directly I'd say ...
... about 10 meters in about 15min at the beginning) but it was a lot of fun! Thanks to the scenery aswell.
Then we did a picknik and - yes - slept. All together at the beach :D. Sunburn time -.- :D.
After a few hours we had to go back to the hostel to reach our bus in time (and to get some ice-cream).
And in the bus ;) we slept again :D.
Thereee yah go :D second entry in a few hours.
Im so proud :D.
See yah again in a few more :)
... And that it did. It was bitter cold and the wind was blowing the rain sideways. As miserable as that felt, we were apparently in luck.
Next, our brand new friend, Juan Pablo, drove all six of us around in his pick-up truck searching for a hospedaje in town that was open and had space for all of us to spend the night. But after stepping out of his truck into the pouring rain and cold and knocking on two closed doors without any answers, Juan Pablo ended up driving us ...
... made my way to the right station this time. I had forgotten about rush our and the metro was packed. I waited for about an hour for a train where I thought I could fit with my pack and squeezed on. I ended up next to a crazy old Spanish guy who tried talking to me for the whole train ride. I don't know what he said but I got a handshake when I got off. I waited at the station snd listended to a Latin American band playing outside for a while before jumping on the bus. It had ...