Today people start leaving the camping, so we wake up with the noise of tents being dismantled. As we already walked whatever place was recommended to be walked in Pehuenia, today we’ll stay at the campsite, reading, resting. At noon we start moving from the tent to the cabin, inside
Now in the afternoon, the sun got very hot, so we walk inside Aluminé Lake (you can go to the lake directly from the camping), as we take pictures.
I like to use some weekend getaways or some days of the vacations to go camping, although I’m not an experimented person. But for at least a few nights I really enjoy getting detached from hotels, hostels, and some amenities I might be very used to, and just have fun
During the night it got very cold inside the tent, so today we’re gonna have to try another technique to sleep better. We test the hot and very nice camping showers, and we’re ready to walk around. We take the route to the left and after 4 or 5 km
The bus to Argentina leaves at 6.30 in the morning from Rodoviaria Station, and that’s why we’ll be forever thankful to the night watchman of the guesthouse, for preparing a breakfast for us at 5 am. All the tables were already setted up, but he brought us some hot drink
Today we take the breakfast at the camping. Yesterday we had bought a carafe in “Mario’s Fishing Zone“, and Mario explained us why it was so hard for us to find one of this these days: with the volcano eruption the people bought lots of these things for the evacuation,
While we have our breakfast in the hostel’s kitchen we hear noises announcing soon we won’t be the only ones awake and eating at 5:30 in the morning. It turns out to be a french couple: he, with spanish parents, speaks spanish so well that he even has the accent;