Hospedaje Estrella de Belen
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... on the ferry to Isla Quinchao where we lunched on huge, fresh , black ringed oysters shucked while we waited and for which we paid 1AUD each. The rustic restaurant was called Los Truchos located at Curaco de Velez. The scenery is lush rolling green hills with sheep and cattle etc. At Achao we were impressed by the interior of the UNESCO listed wooden church with an exterior that looked like brown paper. We continued to the end of the island to ...
... was 1.5 hours with great views of all 3 volcanos. Volcano Osorno, Volcano Puntiagudo and Volcano Tronador. We then stopped in the town of Peulla for 3 hours. The population here is 120 people who mostly work in the tourism industry. It rains 220 days a year. I think it rained on this day for 2 minutes so I guess that counts. ;) Many people live on the lake but were there long before the Chilean government declared it a protected area, so ...
... thousend it was really worth it. Reeeaaally beautiful scenery. The kind you could stay at and photograph for three days (I need other lenses).
I'll let you see yourselves.
Third stop: Lago Los Santos
Again we had the possibility (harhar) to take a boat for 3000 Pesos. For an hour. If your watch runs twice as fast as it should maybe ;). But again the scenery was really nice plus it had a little awesome house in the middle of the lake.
... the ice is broken and he begins to relax.I am joined by a lovely woman from Brazil called Iara and two guys,Mattius from Argentina and Omar from Colombia and we make a great little team and through broken English and understood Spanish we are soon conversing and Fernando the guide is also enjoying himself,the weather is gorgeous and luck is on our side for photos and views.
Before we go anywhere however we make a stop so at a “casa de cambio” so I can ...
We woke up this morning and it was raining...we have been soooo lucky with the weather on our trip to Chile. If it had been raining during our trip we would not have been able to see the beautiful rolling hills in the wine country, the lovely sunsets in Vina del Mar, the amazing lakes, rivers and volcanos in the Lakes District, the beautiful ...