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... were interested in taking an archery lesson, which turned out to be one of our favorite activities. In Kyoto's archery lesson, there was an hour of instruction, heavy on ceremony and process that the Japanese perfect in all of their endeavors, and we shot about 3 arrows each. In stark contrast, at Llao Llao, our teacher explained where to put the arrow on the bow, how to pull the string back to your face before shooting, and then said "go." All 7 of the students in our ...
Bus to Cerro Campanario: 18 (9 each way)
*You have to buy a bus card now - kiosks sell them and reload them.
**Not all buses use the same card - we had a yellow card for yellow buses, tried to get on a different bus and it wouldn't work! What the heck.
Cerro Campanario Telesillas: 120 (both ways)
Restaurant at the top: Cash only.
Holy mole. Last trip in Art a long bus ride was $45us(2010) and ...
... around the edge of the peninsula. Back on land, we had fun trying to explain to the local bike shop owner that we needed a new bottom bracket for Angela's bike. Despite translation via Ggogle on his phone, we didn't get that far and we politely said goodbye and got cracking on making a curry back at camp.The bike maintenance would have to wait until the next day when we were definitely crossing back into Chile and heading down to Puerto Montt. Our extended stay in Argentina was finally coming to an end. ...
... of snow at this time of year) but to hike up the mountain. We ate some snacks at the bottom and then headed up, which took 3.5 hours. The walk started in grass and mud, then on to forest and dead scorched trees. Then, the forest got thicker with rivers and waterfalls to cross. The last part was very steep, following a river up to snow, which was very hard for us to walk on and we slid all over the place! Finally we reached the tiny refugio, where we ate our lunch and watched ...
... We visited one of the towns many chocolate restruants, ?. It was huge! With chocolate of every kind available from the store and loads of delicious cakes and coffee in the restaurant, it was heaven! We ate chocolate fondue and had delicious coffees with white chocolate and dulce de leche in them :)
★Lessons learnt★●The supermarkets here do not provide carrier bags, we found this out the hard way!●Double check how ...