Maipu Street Hostal
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... States, is often overlooked in Chile (and most of the world, for that matter), so my parents were unable to find much. After the disappointing meal we set out for the main plaza and to view some of the mansions of the pioneers of the region. We bundled up in our winter coats, as the temperature down in the southern-most city in Chile never gets much above 55 degrees, accompanied by a brisk wind. The plaza had a statue of Magellan in the middle and was a really ...
... tired so both took a nap till around 5. Then the cruise director announced on the speaker that there was a passenger who was ill and needed to be evacuated, but helicopter was out of range so we must cancel the next 2 excursions and sail towards the next port (Chucabuco) at full speed. We watched the catamaran (the one after ours) came back to the ship, and the ship sailed at around 6pm.
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... they leave and become independent. We had so much fun watching them run around as they are really bad walkers and often stumble as they waddle around. They are awesome swimmers and fly through the water like torpedos. We were there on the island for about an hour and it was just so much fun. They are so adorable and just so funny. We wanted to bring a couple back but the rangers were watching carefully so we ...
... br> On the ride back, our tour guide, Roberto, was telling us info about the area and having us stop at some spots to fill the time before the next ferry crossing. One of the interesting things he said was that at one point 10% of the world's sheep population came from this region of Chile. There are actually more sheep than people in this part of the world. We also visited an interesting tree that was the ...