La Viuda Del Diablo
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A little fishing town which apparently turns into a party town in January for youngsters. Now at the end of the season there aren't many shops and restaurants open and it feels a bit ghostly. There are beautiful sandy beaches here, most of the time with no one on them. There was a fire a few years ago which destroyed a lot of houses and last year …
... and I began the walking it was meant to be a four hour walk in total. I got a little bit lost at first but then I found my way. I asked some people for directions and they were saying 'oh no you can't walk it's a very long way'. But I knew it was far and I really wanted to walk. So eventually I made it onto the beach and began my walk. It was amazing. Totally deserted stretches of beach. The odd lifeguard here and there but really I hardly saw anyone. The ...
... took the wrong turn (of course I did, I always do. I was by
myself and no one was there to tell me I'm on the wrong way.)
Anyway it turned out to be my highlight of the day.
I was a bit scared (only because it looked like a private road and
there was an abandoned scooter) I headed downhill at not too much pace.
All of a sudden on my left hand side flew about 100 green parrots over
the street in front of me. I must have ...
... and thinks Steven Harper isn't that bad. I think the worst thing about her was she believe anyone living in Canada should speak English. However, she lives in Chile and doesn't speak spanish. I strongly disliked her but did my best to pay it cool. Joss later said it looked like I wanted to stab her a lot. Once everyone else was done dinner we played Spoons. I forgot how much fun it was, even tho I was terrible. There is an American ...
... ride there was only 6km along the beach which made for a wonderfully scenic journey. Shortly after arriving into the national park we decided to risk venturing off road on to a footpath. It seems that trusting our map was a mistake as we reached a dead end but the trail was a good fun bit of moiuntain biking through the trees. Back on the tarmaced road with no cars to be seen we ventured further into the national park.