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... news. Then I take a leisurely stroll aroind the highlights of the town, through the German quarter where there are many old shingle clad homes with window boxes of flowers and white painted window frames. Many roses in this town, planted in public places and private gardens and they are all in full bloom, very attractive. I trek up to a view point over the town at Mount Calvario, which is undergoing a complete refit for tourism purposes, ...
... or someone mentions it but here there is nothing to help me but that poster. Thank God I noticed it. But what if I've missed the day?
I can't have missed it or she would have said, wouldn't she? Not necessarily. Perhaps she is just waiting to see if I remember I missed it before cutting me up and feeding me to the Pumas. Wait a minute, perhaps she forgot too. If so, I could be in the clear, but dare I take the risk on that? Yes, better just to say ...
... dramatic valley of steep rainforest hillsides. We followed the road, all of which was smooth volcanic black sand, until finally reaching Lago Todos Los Santos. Here, after some photos and rock skipping, we gazed across the lake imagining future days that will be spent over the mountains in Argentina.
Retracing our detour up the valley, we headed back down to visit Petrohue Falls before returning to ...
... only gay in the village, lol) and visited Puerto Montt to go get lost for a bit. Some fun chilling time was also included (and needed).
Steep learning curve in Spanish, no one at the B&B could speak a word of English, tours were in Spanish with fun facial expressions to communicate instead.
Ahora me hablo Espaņol mas bueno!!
Nietemin, photos below...
... picked us up for a tour of Puerto Varas and Puerto Montt. We drove by the lakeside and around Puerto Varas before driving 20 minutes to see Puerto Montt.
We first arrived at a cliff where you could easily see the South Pacific and Puerto Montt. Then, we drove through the city to the waterfront. Our guide gave us a few minutes to walk around before we went to the Fish Market.
The fish market was full of foods ...