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... out of the country or use a credit card they are charged a whopping 35% on it. Online shopping is also impossible now the peso has gone into freefall. On the flip side, it means that prices have fallen for tourists. You can change your money at an official rate for one price or you can go to an unofficial trader and (depending on the currency, quantity and (surprisingly) the quality) of your notes, you can get it at a blue rate and much more for your dollar. ...
... I was in a photo session as one by one they wanted to have their photo taken with the English man tucking their arms under mine! I taught them to say “cheese” and they all laughed and kept repeating it over and over! One girl came over to me and said..
“My teacher loves you” at which the poor woman turned bright red but still wanted the photo ! I then took a big group shot of them all and said I would put it on the blog at which there was great ...
... blankets. We again woke tired after a second night of snorers, how on earth did we get so far into our trip with so few snorers, and now they are everywhere. At 8 o'clock our van for Chiloé turned up with a guide that spoke excellent english and was full of information. It turns out that the Chiloé area is the largest salmon producing area in Chile. They also have large eucalyptus plantations and grow a lot of apples. The main ...
Fueling the plane on Saturday for a Sunday departure south, I filled both wing tanks and put about 40 gallons in the ferry tank, not because I needed the range (it's only 497 nm from Santiago to Puerto Montt/Puerto Varas) but because the ferry tank system worked differently than the one I used on my round-the-world (RTW) flight in 2011 and I wanted to experiment with it. The ferry system on the RTW flight had two valves, one to control ...
Getting the 5.50 am bus was not really much fun. Still dark and cold but it was a Turbus so comfy and warm when we got on. The journey cost about 12 USD down to Puerto Varas, about another 4 hour journey. Snoozed most of the way down. We arrived in Puerto Varas about 10 am and luckily it was only a 5 min walk to Hostel Margouya 2. The hostal is in an old 19th century house and is an English school as well as hostel. It was clean, cosy and we got a ...
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