Cinco Rios Lodge
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... though, so it ended up being 140k and over 12 hours on a very hot day. I was shattered. For the last 35k, I was joined by a little dog. I do not know why it wanted to travel with me, but it did. At first I thought it was chasing me, but then noticed it keeping a distance. It stopped when I did. It waited for me at the top of the hills I had to push. It sprinted to catch me after downhills. It asked for nothing but stuck with me. I called it Vicki, as ...
... frog the same people all day, and it is quite good for keeping the pace up as there is always someone on the horizon that you want to try and catch (not that I'm competitive at all), it also helps as most cyclists are aiming for the same town/national park that will no doubt have limited camping spots, so race on! La Junta had a nice campsite which appeared to be in someone's back garden, with wifi in the tents and hot showers! First shower for a week! A nice 'paella', cooked by ...
... taking it in their stride though. Eventually reaching Puyuhuapi around 8pm we parked up by the bay had a quick dinner and some of the weird Christmas liqueur we had bought in Coyahique. Turning in for the night it soon became apparent we'd parked in the middle of the Saturday night youth bevvying spot. We'd consumed enough fake Baileys for it not to matter though. On the way in I'd spotted a thermal pools not far from the town so the following morning we ...
... Her house is just like a Grandma house with a comfy double bed covered in big thick blankets, a really old gas heater in the corner and imitation porcelain figurines around the bed. I tiptoe around the room so carefully for fear of breaking one of them as they are everywhere even on the head board and bed side tables. I almost knocked one off this morning learning over for my watch in the dark.
We had a little break from the ...
... a rainforest in the rain. Fortunately the temperature wasn't all that low, so being wet only led to a slight chill as opposed to bone biting cold. My single use poncho came in handy which reminds me I should probably purchase a new one to replace it. I was fascinated with how all the vegetation grows in such a way to accommodate the constant rainfall. For example, all the flowers face downward so that the drops just roll off as opposed to weighing the flower down. ...