The reason for our departure from the Kayak Hostel was the arrival of the New Rivers kayak high school. The New Rivers school travels all around the world staying at top river running destinations with extremely skilled high school kayakers. They attend school on the road, interspersed with daily world class kayaking. With the arrival of twelve high school kids, their teachers, and some parents, we were afraid of chaos, and did not want to interrupt their school. We left early in the morning to Elly’s B&B in the outskirts of Pucon. Elly works in the language school where we are taking lessons, and helps out around the Kayak Hostel. She has a twelve year old daughter and a cozy house. Nora and two of her friends are also staying at the B&B. I am content with the decision and am excited to be in a new place, closer to town, with different opportunities.
|The back yard of the B&B|
|A view form the language school|
Today was fun, but still a little tiring. We moved to a new B&B, and discovered a different side of town, not as relaxing as the one we normally visit. I’m excited for the rest of our days in South America still to come.
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