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... the day, which somehow added to it's intrigue). Eventually we came across the Saltos del Petrohue (Petrohue waterfalls) where the pumping Petrohue River is forced through narrow channels of basalt...there's no way I'd want to fall in there! The waterfalls walk was gorgeous in itself.
Eventually we made it home (buggered), and had an early night in preparation for an early start to the fascinating island of Chiloe the following ...
... they brushed their hair put on some make up etc..! this seemed to take for ever,(I guess women and girls are the same all over the world!..ie..making the man wait!),the whole scene was absolutely hilarious and confirmed my thoughts that the young people here have a completely different outlook on life compared to the older generation.It goes without saying that this made my day.They happened to be at our lunch stop all seated at long tables and as they saw me enter the room there ...
... fish market and visiting the Kunstmann brewery. We had a quite informative tour and tried some really tasty beer, although Kes wasn't impressed with only getting one half pint and asked for another. He didn't have any luck. We decided to take a bus the next day to Puerto Varas, about 3 hours south. It's a pretty town that Kes likened to a ski resort (but he does that everywhere). We found a really nice ...
... had been travelling on. After breakfast we picked up our hire car, a little Chevrolet spark. Immediately it felt great to have a car again, and we felt a lot more free. The first priority was to stock up at the supermarket as we had planned to cook most of the time in order to budget. We then set off south west towards Chiloe, a scenic island off the west coast of Chile, located about 3 hours drive away from Puerto Montt. We caught a ferry across to the island, drove south ...
... for the Inca Trail - this entails walking up and down hills, not something either of our bodies are quite used to...could get interesting. Tomorrow morning and the next couple of days we are fortunate enough to be experiencing a little bit of luxury. We are embarking on a two day trip of ferry cruising and bus rides through the fjords and Andes mountains, destination Bariloche. We stay in a beautiful hotel tomorrow night...a hotel f******ck I'm exited...and continue ...
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