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This dog was left to survive in the desert on its own. We tried to feed it- but it was scared of us. It had water and a sunshade but it was sad to see nonetheless. I think I have seen less dogs as I have gone north though; this could be because it is too hot for them. They often like chasing cars and cyclists. I get pretty scared when they chase me. Also I regret seeing quite a lot of dead dogs on the busy roads. Above, was a kennel someone had made for their dog to be left alone in the desert. The dog was so scared of people. I'm planning to cycle from Punta Arenas to Arica in Chile. Although I would like to see the inside of a power station. I think that would be cool.
We arrived in Pichilemu in time for lunch. Jen the other vegan and I went to one place recommended by our guide and everyone else went to get empanadas. I still really want to try one, but after walking around the town I'm guessing I won't be getting one anywhere here since every single one has cheese and a different kind of carcass in it. But things started to looking up when Jen told me where I can get vegan empanadas in Buenos Aires. That is definitely something to look forward to next week when I go back. I went for a walk down the beach after lunch. Apparently this is South America's best surf.
Looks more like a swimming beach to me. I'm guessing the surf beach is further along maybe? Not sure about this black sand. Call me racist but I like white sand better. Although this is an improvement on Lima's beach, which just had rocks to lie on. Here you can go horse riding on the beach. Not really my thing, but there's a lot of horses so it must be popular. This looks more fun. Our hostel is just off the beach and is pretty cool. Plus some hot guy just walked past wearing no shirt and was wheeling a mountain bike with one hand and had a surfboard in the other. Later on we went to watch the sunset over the ocean. This was nice cos we only get the sunrises over the Pacific in Australia.
I've seen both now. That is me standing there too. The next morning we left early for Pucon. On the way we stopped at the Colchagua museum in Santa Cruz. I read on someone else's blog that it is owned by Carlos Cardoen, who was on the FBI's most wanted list for dealing arms to the middle east during the Cold War and therefore was unable to leave Chile. Anyway, this place was awesome. It had everything from dinosaurs and bugs in amber very Jurassic Park to pre-Columbian pottery only a few erotic ones, Lima must have scooped up most if themand Spanish invasion stuff. They also had some pre-Inca mummies which were older than the Egyptian mummies, and shrunken mummy heads.
It was real heads with hair and everything but monkey sized. I think they take the scull out and then dehydrate it somehow. Again, you can't take photos of anything. They also have a whole section dedicated to the rescue of the 33 miners in