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... I know are on a sell out tour of South America.
Immediately there is a chorus of “no,” and lots of laughter.One girl suddenly plucks up some courage,“I like U2 and Oasis”, more laughter from the rest of the girls.
So I name some more bands and there are shouts of “yes” and “no”
“Where you are from in England?” one girl ventures.
I say London,(although not strictly true).
... day and by now we were in dire need of warming up so we stopped for a hot chocolate before heading back to the ferry. After another successful crossing, somewhat later than even our guide was hoping for we made our way back to town, but not before nearly being driven into by a truck at high speed. That certainly woke everyone up. Our last night in Pucon we were free of snorers so were able to get some much needed sleep before our bus trip to ...
... and is really nice and easy to get around. In Puerto Montt there is a large fish market where you can buy any kind of fish, fresh to smoked, the area is the salmon capital of South America and we went out for a salmon supper, it was fantastic! We went to Chile's second largest island and where we saw many penguins, as you can see it was raining and we got quite ...
... which we plan to visit this weekend by renting an auto and seeing for ourselves what this mystical island has to offer- more on that to come! It's hard to believe we have been living in Chile for three weeks already, but the reality is setting in. We're gaining confidence in our spanish, comfort in our surroundings, and curiosity to explore beyond what's apparent: further into the aw-inspiring coalescence of water and earth that surrounds us so ...
... these islands or the pens of commercial fishing operations. Further north I was flying along the eastern shore of Chiloe Island which, along with nearby islands, had established agricultural activities with field boundaries clearly delineated. There were also more ships of various kinds plying the waters, including large cruise ships.
Landing at SCTE was straight-in on runway 35 under at broken layer at about 3,000 feet. Fuel is available ...