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... they got back, we enjoyed our welcome champagne and then a beautiful dinner of 3 traditional dishes. Cazuela, pastel de papa and pastel de choclo.
Tuesday 9 December
Another 5 star breakfast, and plenty of time to enjoy it. Has this become rather a focus!!?? We were picked up at 8.30 and travelled 40km, along the Villarrica lake, through Pucon and on to the Huerquehue National ...
... to Afghanistan" and then he finished his story...IN ENGLISH!!!! I admit, I say some dumb things and many times it is because I hear incorrectly and many times it is because I am sometimes just a little dumb, but, I realized the stupidity of my statement at the exact same moment I realized he spoke English. My stupidity abounds. I really had such a good laugh with him at that moment. I wasn't being tricked, I don't think, he just feels more comfortable ...
... I act; deplorable. We arrived early in the morning and I immediately gambled on turning left to get to the main town from the bus station. 1 hour and 500m-to-the-right we made it to the hostel. The town is super nice and feels like a ski village in Europe with wooden cabins/huts and a backdrop of the snow-capped Villarrica Volcano amongst other mountains. National parks are in abundance nearby offering skiing, forest zip line trips, white water rafting, horse riding ...
... br> Maddie and Mike were on cook group, and got back to camp half an hour late to
start dinner, and completely sozzled, so after a dressing down from Emma, they
have to do cook group again tomorrow as a punishment. The rest of us left in
the pub got back too late to eat – they had fed our dinner to the camp dogs! –
so everyone headed back in to town to get something to eat. Luckily I decided
not to go back out as Maddie and ...
... was ****** and I hated that hostel. Funny how emotions can get the better of us and alter our opinions but, whatever, I was just going to avoid that fool for the rest of our stay.
Next task, booking an activity or two. So off we went to the one tour operator in Villarrica. The lady at the desk was friendly enough but we soon figured out that nothing actually happens in Villarrica. You have to go to nearby Pucón (about 25km from Villarrica) in order to do anything. So ...