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... that touches on most of the major landmarks along with a large number of 'national monument' houses in traditional German style (the whole region has a strong German influence) and the beautiful Iglesia del Sagrado Corazon (church) that is supposedly based on the Marienkirche of the Black Forest, Germany. Given that I don't know that one, I just had to agree that it looked nice!
Day 2 we tackled the Parque Nacional Vicente ...
... I know are on a sell out tour of South America.
Immediately there is a chorus of “no,” and lots of laughter.One girl suddenly plucks up some courage,“I like U2 and Oasis”, more laughter from the rest of the girls.
So I name some more bands and there are shouts of “yes” and “no”
“Where you are from in England?” one girl ventures.
I say London,(although not strictly true).
... every 8 years because of a worm that lives in the sea called Broma. It started raining so I think the tour was cut a little short but we did get to meet a guy on our tour from Venezuela who translated for us on the boat. We then drove to the other side of town to see more stilt houses before heading out of Castro and making our way to Dalcahue. This little town has a lot of hand craft shops so Lauren was in wooly knit heaven. It had been ...
... with wing tanks only. When I landed in Puerto Montt I open the cap on the ferry tank and looked inside with my flashlight. There was maybe 1.5 to 2 inches of fuel remaining, about 5 – 7 gallons out of a total tank capacity of 70 gallons. Well now I knew what I had to work with for the flight to Antarctica.
Coming back to Puerto Montt SCTE was a reminder of last year when I came through here northbound. I knew where ...
... and yards... and admittedly never really wanting to leave this truly perfect wedge of a lakeside town.
The last leg of our daytrip consisted of more winding roads through rolling green farmlands, all with perfect views of the lake. The weather, too, was perfect all day: clear skies, heartwarming sunshine, and thus a dramatic collage of colors that define this breathtaking region of Chile.