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... and stop ripping off poor, innocent backpackers like me! A lengthy flight and huge 16 hour time difference really knocked the **** out of me for the first couple of days so I just relaxed and chilled out in the hostel. I did manage to do two walking tours of the city, learning a little about the dictatorship and Chile's fight for independence from the conquistadors led by Bernardo O'Higgins. No surprise to ye when I ...
... few hundred metres but you can pick up some serious speed. As the chair lift had been turned off we had to walk the rest of the way to the bottom, but because it was a scree slope, you get down pretty fast and with little effort. Now that we had the rest of the afternoon to do nothing we decided to head down to the lake and relax in the sun before heading out for dinner. Tonight we decided to go out for burgers at a place called Latitude 39 which we had heard great things about. ...
... wasn’t a piece of cake at all. We had to walk up 1.000 metres of altitude, and it was – despite the snow – quite hot. And it was so worth it. I’ve never seen anything that impressive in my life. The pictures in this blog are cool, but they just don’t show the magnitude of the crater. It’s just crazy staring down that huge black hole into – nothing. Or into the mere power of the earth. This was one ...
... and gave us heaps of info on the area, what we can do and where we can go. We had a good exchange of travel experiences over a cuppa. Han was chuffed she had some PG Tips to share.
We decided to visit the 'beach' at the lake. On one side it was black sand - Playa Negra and on the other, white sand, Playa Blanca.
The scenery was stunning. Huge mountains surrounding the lake with the view of volcanoes in the background. The beach was long and deep. Water ...
... back in at 3:30am having
completely forgotten where the campsite was. They couldn’t remember what it was
called either so apparently just kept asking people around town where the
campsite was, and it seems as though there are quite a few here! The ended up
in the lake at some point too, so a rowdy night all told!
Still, we have no activities planned for tomorrow, so a lazy
day to nurse our sore heads should sort us out.