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... know much Spanish, but became fluent. (enough to work and make friends at least). I wish I would have made time to take a class in Chile or somewhere early on so I could speak some of the language. It's been super easy traveling by just knowing English, but it doesn't seem fair and I would probably gain so much more by being able to communicate with the locals. Alex told me that the cafe was the place to get started for the night, especially since they have a ...
... the next bus left. Fortunately the bus ticket guys and the bus driver were all on our side and Jas was too sick to be too freaked out about the fact that we we're not going to be arriving at the airport by the time we'd been instructed to be there! Of course the plane was delayed in the end so we were all good (well, apart from Jas of course). 3 hours on the plane to Punta Arenas and when we got there we jumped in a cab to town to sort a bus to Puerto ...
... place in the world. But, to make it more exciting, the towns folk had employed about a billion flies … very big ones at that, to keep the tourists amused and fit. We could not sit still for two seconds without one landing on us … and having what would’ve looked like a fight with an imaginary assailant to anyone at a distance! Not fun, although I did improve my fly killing skills over the course of the next few hours, before we could finally get ...
... lesson. (Also, the hostel there was terrible, but it was only for one night, so I lived with it).
We left Pichilemu and the ocean behind, and had a long day of driving towards Pucòn and the Andes mountains. There was a stop in Santa Cruz for the country´s best museum, which included a large selection of artifacts from pre-Colombian times through the conquest and into modern times. And not just from Chile, but all of South America. My ...
... a half mile from the tender pier to the Budget office. There was no wait, and we were soon directed to a rather new Hyundai Sonata. It was just before 9 am when we set out on the road.
We navigated through Puerto Montt and found Route 5, which is Chile’s main highway. In fact, Puerto Montt is the southern terminus of Route 5. It stretches all the way to the northern border of Chile. We drove on Route 5 about a half-hour until we reached ...
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