Villarica Park Lake Hotel
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... n for her grandfather's 90th bithday party, to a young girl travelling to see her mother in Santiago, I quizzed them all, got their stories, as we sat around the wood burning stove drinking tea. All the while, a little girl no older than three or four, chased Eli around the room relentlessly, grabbing on to him when she caught him, and NOT letting go. There was a Ping-Pong table as well, which helped the kids to pass the time a bit, but we were still on the edge of our ...
I know it's been nearly three weeks since our last post, but better late than never, huh? We have been working (volunteering) at the Siempre Verde eco-store as well as work on the owner's homestead on the mountains. Much of our work at the store was bookkeeping and organizing sales from last year. The real chores were done in the gardens where we weeded, dug, planted, harvested, raked, mulched, watered, and got generally dirty. There was also much wood chopping and ...
... the Spanish invaders, but to no avail. Went to the Mapuche museum afterwards where we met the sweetest old man whose family had been collecting, and lovingly preserving, Mapuche artefacts for the last 100 years.
Wed was our last day with the overnight bus to Santiago. Weather fined up enough to take a bus ride to Villarica, the larger town at the other end of the lake.
... buy prosthetic limbs for amputees in Bolivia. We spent the night hanging around the campsite, drinking and getting to know everyone a little better. Our second day in Pucon, Matt and I explored the town then spent time at the beach swimming. We wanted to take it easy to be ready for our Volcano Villarrica trek the next morning. On Tuesday morning we got picked up by the trek guides to head to the volcano base 40 minutes away. When we arrived we had the option to save ...
... Some of the girls
went white water rafting, but we have decided to do that in Columbia as it
should be hotter and more tropical there.
Maddie was on his punishment cook group, so we all headed
back fairly early in to camp to show willing and headed to bed for an early
night. Braved the showers again – they are disgusting here, we are starting to
see bugs now whereas before it has been too cold, so you share your shower ...