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... in Puerto Mont. Puerto Mont has spectacular views of the Osorno and Calbuco Volcanos. Had a nice group lunch right on the harbour - Chris had some strange looking sea potato and mussels and I tried out ceviche for the first time...mmm to so sure about it. Walked around the handicraft markets for a couple of hours and made our way in the bus to Puerto Varas...the gateway to Patagonia...eeek Puerto Varas is very like Pucon, created by German settlers, we have a fallen ...
... with the rest of the lake, because the water here was a mixture of lively green, and strong blue. It was truly a sight to be seen.
After we walked through some more little trails around Laguna Verde for a bit, Peter and I walked to a lovely pebble beach just to the south of the National Park. Here, he enjoyed a sandwich, while I just bathed in the sunshine and gazed out into the vastness of Lago Llanquihue. We talked for a while and enjoyed ...
... but I loved it, because I did the whole thing in Spanish. I even overheard one of the men at the hostel say that the 'boy who just arrived' speaks Spanish! It was so encouraging to know that I was actually able to ask a question, understand the answer, and not sound like a complete gringo!
After I enthused over my successful Spanish encounter, I walked down to the lake front and gazed at the beautiful Osorno and ...
... least I know I have a good spot the next time we’re here. It doesn’t sound terribly exciting, but trust me – when you have no internet for days onboard, or you have to pay for it and it’s ridiculously slow, you need to find your wifi hot spots and keep them a secret. Just part of ship life – no 3G, no wifi at home – you have to plan your internetting and make sure you get everything you need before you leave ports.
... floor while a large dog sniffed everything. I don't think they were looking for drugs. Judging from the posters that adorned the walls, they were more interested in finding agricultural products such as fruit, vegetables and meat. Imagine if I had been caught with a hidden apple a second time. Jail time for sure! Did I mention that, after 7 hours on the bus, Josh and I were no longer talking to one another? ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking