Published: February 3rd 2011January 28th 2011
Do Los Angeles jsme se dostali o 6 rano a cekali jsme na stanici asi do 8. Nemeli jsme ani mapu, ani zadny tip na levne ubytovani, ale ve skoro 200 tisicovem meste by to nemel byt problem. Chvili to vypadalo docela blede a my uz rikali, ze budeme muset vysolit kolem 40 dolaru, ale nakonec se mi podarilo na pruzkumu najit jedno bydleni, kde meli misto a moc to nestalo. Duvodem proc jsme sem vlastne jeli byli asi 25 km vzdalene vodopady - Salto del Laja - prezdivane "male Niagary", jedny z nejvetsich v Chile. Hned jsme se tam vydali a nasli je totalne oblezene mistnimi, kempuji, bydlici kolem nich, vsude sama restaurace nebo kramek s blbostma pro turisty. Samotne vodopady byly super, i kdyz prirovnani k Niagaram trochu pokulhava...Aspon ted v lete kdy je mene vody. Ja samozrejme jsem si zase neco musel dokazovat,nejak moc dobrodruzny, dostal jsem se primo pod vodoppady, kde s pomoci vetru jsem byl behem 3 vterin uplne promoceny, ale stalo to za to...
At 6 a.m we got to Los Angeles and till 8 we waited so we can start to look for a place to stay. We had no map or some
tip where to go, but we believed that it should be easy to find something in 200 thousand city. At one moment it looked pretty bleak and we started to think paying 40 Us or more will be our only chance, but then we managed to find a reasonably place. The reason why we got here was the waterfalls, some 25 km from LA - Salto del Laja - its nickname "little Niagara" sholud explain all, one of the greatest ones in Chile. We got there straightaway and found this place surrounded by Chileans on holiday, camping everywhere, lots of restaurants and stalls. The waterfalls were magnificent, but the comparison to Niagara falls is not quite right, bit far-fetched one...Al least now in summer when there is not so much water. I, had to prove something as usual, being too adventurous, got under the waterfalls and got with a help of wind totally drenched in like 3 seconds. But it worth it...
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