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Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas
... big cheer and the iphones came out!! Needless to say at 44 years old my ego was considerably boosted (not that it needed to be!).They left shouting “I love you Nick,I love you!”
The most important part of the day for me however was just interacting with our small group who were all lovely people. Iara from Sao Paulo in Brazil was particularly pleasant and although our conversations were very basic we got on very well.She was traveling by herself on a week ...
On arrival in the not so picturesque Valdivia, we realised the lack of accommodation online was pretty inaccurate, although the options did range from too expensive to someone's strange back garden shed. We opted for a B&B although it felt a bit like intruding in a family's home and we only stayed one night! Highlights of Valdivia included doing our laundry, going to the river and seeing some ENORMOUS sea lions ...
... do so for the entire rest of the day. The ferrying across in the smaller boat took several hours. We had I realised been divided into groups by language. We chatted to some nice people but there was a lot of waiting around. At the port on the other side of the lake you go through Chile customs. You have to open every case & bag for them to search. Trevor's case had already been opened which we weren't happy about but ...
... radiating down every street and through every yard. It reminds us of living in the Pacific North West where the abounding plant life that can be found flourishing in every crack and crevice. Here, there is a similar sense of scenic wonder that enlightens the spirit with every moment spent outdoors. Soon there will be roses too, lining every street and commencing another bustling summer season in the City of Roses. Our Bed & Breakfast, ...
... was originally the fort that was built her in 1770 - we can feel safe with the bronze canons below us. This is similar to the lodges that are built within our National Parks.
Here are some pictures of the birds we saw today on our boat ride out to the Punihuil Wildlife Preserve. We went out to three small islands off the coast to the spring nesting sites and we stopped at several sites along the highway to view birds.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking