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Rained heavily overnight but fresh & bright by morning.
Over breakfast got some good tips from the Spaniards about marine animals
visible on boat trips there both from Bilbao & Tarifa where you can see
Orcas in summer.
Bus got to Puerto Varas by about 1.30pm after we were held
up on the highway by a “parro”, some people from a school protesting about
something & blocking then highway ...
... see the volcano with all the fog so the pictures were not as good, however going back was blue skies and I got a second chance to re-take all my photos from before and was very happy about that. We stopped again at Petrohue waterfalls so the newcomers on the tour coming from Barilonche Argentina could view them also. I took this as a day tour but for many people it was a more scenic transport option from Varas, Chile to Barilonche, Argentina ...
... the motions of exchanging,not once glancing at me.She is talking away to her friend and she slaps the change down on the counter,I ask if I can have some of the change a little smaller,this raises a response at last,evan though it is a groan.I cheerfully say good bye and thank you, in Spanish and there is completely no reaction as if they are both deaf and mute.This is too much for me and before I head out of the door I turn back and walk right up to the pair of them and loudly ...
... a good menu in a hotel only a few minutes walk away. We went there for dinner and had a really good meal. Venison in a blueberry sauce on red cabbage followed by pear poached in red wine. Much more up our street than the precious evening. As we left the hotel, which was much larger than ours, we had a look in the window of the shop in its reception area. It was closed by then so we decided that we would have to return the following morning for a look ...
... inside. There are many churches on the island that are UNESCO World heritage sites. We then went to see the "palafitos" which are small colorful homes built on stilts over the water. We were actually able to go into one of the homes as our tour guide knew a local. Our next stop was to see a Mapuche healer to learn a bit about her people and to have a healing ceremony. Our last stop for the day was to visit a local ...