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... the rain was there to stay and had plans to hang around for a good few days. So Volcan Villarica was off the cards. We ate and drank our weight in chocolate instead.
We then moved further south to another Chilean lakeside town by the name of Puerto Varas, situated on the banks of Lake Llanquihue and also offering views of a volcano, Volcan Osorno. Unfortunately this volcano too, was covered by a possessive curtain of cloud. Do yourself a favour ...
... volcanic ash and stunted forests near a volcano and along a beautiful, very popular lake. It was like night and day, really. Or maybe that would be overstating it. Let's say, more like night and daytime in a fairly dark closet full of argyle sweaters and souvenir snow globes.
Other than that we spent a few minutes at the beach, swam briefly, oh so briefly, watched some football/soccer at yet another Irish Pub, and overall just became part of the ...
... but with a Beagle head, she was so well trained and by the time we left she was also bi lingual and knew all of her commands in English including the new addition- HIGH FIVE! She was so cute, she would follow Paula everywhere and even to work and just sit outside the hotel waiting for her to finish! Paula lived on the edge of a sort of retail park which to Pete's delight had a Dunkin Doughnuts! So the first day we took a little trip to the sweet sweet ...
... Cruz Del Sur however if you are going to Ancud and in particular to 13 Lunas which is right next to the Curz Del Sure Terminal. Takes around 2 hours with a ferry crossing and there seems to be numerous departures.
Cost: 4,500 pesos
Castro - Puerto Varas: Went with Cruz Del Sur although not sure if any other buses go (maybe Queilen?). They seem to have around 5 departures a day (although if you get really stuck you can go to Puerto Montt and get one of the ...
... and then after that we would have lunch in the bus and drive on to the Petrohue Falls. The drive was long but it seemed short because of all the things Jay was telling us. What a difference a guide can make. And no matter where we were, we could see Osorno against the bright blue sky. Also other volcanoes, one which was not dormant at all. But we shouldn’t worry, there was no eruption scheduled for today, so according to Jay we were fairly safe.
We went up and up, ...
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