Today we woke up early and had breakfast in the hotel before getting on the bus. We were all waiting on the bus but we couldn’t leave until everyone was on it and there were 3 people missing. They were the same Germans that had been late the last time. The counselors went up to one of the dude’s rooms and knocked and yelled and finally busted in with the master key, but he wasn’t there. Turns out he had slept in the other two’s room because they had been up late drinking and smoking. When the counselors opened up the room they were literally still sleeping and the counselors gave them less than a minute to put on warm clothes and get to the bus. Once they were on the bus the counselors made an announcement that those three would not be allowed on any other rotary trips. I guess they were really serious about making it clear that we had to respect the rules. When we got to the pier, we got on another boat. This one was super nice with tables and booth seats and everything. While we drove the 3 hours out to Parque Nacional Bernardo O’Higgins, Katie Ward and I taught some friends how to play the card game Mao. It passed the time super fast. Then we got off the boat and went on a hike around a lake that was formed by a glacier and up to the actual glacier. We took a ton of pictures, and then hiked back to the boat. While on the hike, this guy went down to the water and picked out a piece of ice and we all took turns licking it and getting excited about the taste of authentic glacier ice. Then when we got back on the boat they served us juice (the tradition is to serve whiskey but we’re under age so juice) with glacier ice.