Pucón, Chile, December 20, 2017
I had a fantastic sleep in my trusty tent and after breakfast went walking around the town. I've been struggling the past 3 days trying to post my blog, so found a nice café and ordered an Irish coffee at 9 am. I'm Irish and I like coffee so-
I ended up going through the actual website instead of the app and redoing 2 of the days. Thank goodness I have been taking photographs of the pages so I just need to re-type and add the pictures. Even that took all morning! I walked back to the campground as the rain started and then spent the next 5 hours in the kitchen shack - as the rain poured down. I sat in front of a fire visiting with Linda and Bob. Eventually it let up a bit so I checked my tent. Not so good. It was wet under my thermarest and under my plastic shopping bag that holds my sleep gear. I re-adjusted the tarp underneath that is a bit too big so the water gathers on top of it and flows underneath. I'm going to cut it to properly fit .... Tomorrow! After it stopped raining I came back to my café to look for a hotel! I found one for tonight and as the sun comes out, my things will dry and it'll all be good tomorrow!
Pucón is an alpine town which reminds me of a smaller Banff or Canmore-
Pauwel Adams is from Belgium and 26 years old. He has a degree in finance thanks to a scholarship from the University of Boston. He went on to get his Masters from Peking University. He played professional basketball in Shenzhen for 2 years and now has decided to take a break from work to do this overland. He loves to travel and plans to do a lot more of it, maybe in Africa next-