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Puerot Varas is a small nice town with German influence near the Llanquihue lake. It is surrounded by the volcanos, of which the nicest one is Osorno. Driving around the lake with the car is relaxing one day experience of the regions country side and "Alpine" views. Good quality road leads up the Osomo volcano to the ski/snowboard resort. We used …
... We headed then to Rapel Dam which is a hydro-electrical complex n stalled in a concrete dam that collects the water of the rivers Cachapoal and Tinguiririca. It sounds pretty random to visit a dam wall or hydro-electrical complex but it was a pretty spectacular view so worth the quick 15min stop. Our first over night stop was in Pichilemu, meaning small forest. Weird name considering its a well know and very popular surfing town, with the likes of ...
... not see Puerto Varas on the other side through the clouds and distance. We took tons of pictures with Jon's expensive camera, sang on the chairlift (took 30 minutes each way!) and took plenty of videos.
It's our last full day in Puerto Varas and Jon and Christina are off to Santiago. We bid them goodbye and enjoy dinner in a nice cafe near the lakeside. Funny enough, for whatever reason, the owner invites us to pisco sours ...
12 January 2012 – Puerto Montt, Chile
We’re not actually in Puerto Montt, Chile, we’re onboard the ship in the port area with the anchor down. It’s 7:23am and for the second time this contract the captain has woken the world up to tell us it’s too rough to use the tender boats to go ashore sadly. Our good captain Peter Van Bos is keeping us updated with what’s going on but I know there’ll be no shore leave today. There ...
... you could peel just like a banana! It was a funny little snack, but still tasty.
As my day wound on, and after I got tired of walking around, I decided to just sit on the beach for a bit and look out at the incredible mountains and volcanos to my east. I can truly say this was one of the most spectacular places I have ever seen. But, eventually time came for me to hop back on the bus. This time I took a night bus back to the ...
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