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... asleep. It was misty anyway so you couldn't see the view. Which is some view once the mist clears. If you like volcanoes and lakes, and frankly who doesn't, then Puerto Varas is the place for you. Two snow peaked volcanoes sat on the back edge of a cristal clear lake. Plenty of greenery too, it's a beautiful place. I took a tour of the region on Sunday which involved visiting some waterfalls at Petrohue, which were nice, but nothing mindblowing, and driving up to the summit ...
... German architectural style. We spent some time up in the old church. It had an ethereal interior that reminded me of some of the churches I saw in northern Sweden.
We explained to Sergio that we wanted to go to the very spot where the church could be viewed against the backdrop of the lake and the mountain and he said the picture must have been photoshopped! (Fact or fiction?) Anyway, to our utter delight, our driver, Catin, is ...
... was still going well at his own pace. The Durham boys were having problems with panniers. I am not racing, but it is a nice boon to be days ahead of a few people who are trying to go fast.
I went out for supper with Brummie Ben, who was also in town. It was great to have a lovely meal with good company, then to go and have a couple of beers. We even spoke to two girls for a while. I do miss spending that sort of time with friends, although I would not swap and expect no ...
... Nicolas so that he could give us a summary of the cruise and detail the following day's itinerary. We were in the San Rafael Bar and all the other passengers (Spanish speakers) were in the Quiltralco Bar with the other guide, Victor who was the senior guide. Our session with Nicholas lasted an hour, in part because we had a lot of questions for him about things we had seen since arriving in Puerto Montt. We stayed on in the bar and decided to try pisco sours, a chilean (and ...
... t see further than a foot in front of our faces due to the fog and incessant rain.
That evening, we made it to Pargua to catch a ferry across The Canal Chacao, connecting the Gulf de Ancud and the Pacific Ocean, to Chiloe Island. We finally arrived to a proper campsite in Ancud before the sun ...
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