FEB 12, 2016 – On the second day, we were ready to leave Serrón within 90 minutes of getting up. We failed to repeat this fast morning routine on any of the following days. By noon we were in the Dickson camp, located along a lake. We had lunch and continued to Perros camp, inside a forest in more rocky terrain, where we arrived tired in the early evening. This was the most basic of the camps, with only two toilets available. Cooking was only allowed inside a hut, which ended up being very crowded at dinner time. Since we weren’t carrying food for the entire trip, we started looking at the options in the campsite store. They were very limited and overpriced, but we did find a risotto mix for “3-4 portions” which worked out as a dinner.