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... time so we jumped on. In a way it was quite lucky because there wasn't a path as such for walkers, we would have been sharing the gravel road with the cars and buses and the view of the river was mostly blocked by trees.
Petrohué wasn't quite the village we expected, it was more a turning circle for vehicles, a cafe that looked shut and a hotel partially hidden in the trees. There was a jetty with a lot of boats and captains offering trips out ...
One of the first things I noticed in the Argentine and Chilean souths was the exciting breakfast trend - cake for breakfast! Finally a country that understands my love for confectionary in the morning.
The next thing I noticed was the close affinity with Europe that this part of South America had. So long alpacas, latina music and plantains. Things were different here. Not quite European but not quite South America as I had experienced it either. ...
... which lasted us 3 meals. Having eaten quite a lot of veggie meals recently, it was really exciting. Sad really. We also met a nice tiny dog at the hostel who also seemed pretty interested in our delicious chicken curry. After booking our rather expensive tickets to Puerto Natales via ferry for a week's time, we decided to spend the days inbetween in Chiloe (hopefully with some miniature deer and ...
... gateway to Patagonia, it gets an annual rainfall of 4000 mm, it rains 200 days a year. Patagonia is very rugged and mountains area, you can see volcanoes in almost all directions, most are not active but can be recognized by the way they peak from all sides, most peaks are covered with snow. We stayed in a small city called Puerto Varas, it is located by ...
... down the path was interesting , steep incline with loose stones, not easy on the legs. We did make it back to the bus stop just as a bus was going to leave - perfect timing! Another great day and training session for the upcoming "W" walk that we will do just before Christmas. We fell in love with Pucon and now have fell in love with Puerto Varas, but moving on tomorrow to Chiloe. Photos of the kayaking trip to follow - awaiting the hostel to send them to ...
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