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... is wet and green, so different from the Argentinian pampas.
Puerto Varas greeted us with drizzle so we taxied to our hotel, on the hill overlooking Lake Llanquihue. The hotel is tired but well located for our purposes.
Friday turned out to be a beautiful day so we took the local bus (thanks for the advice Visitor Info Centre) to Petrohue. What a beautiful drive lakeside for much of the way with views of the volcano, Osorno. ...
... our group began to share food in an effort not to have to waste anything. I'm sure it must have looked odd to the locals as we all started eating simultaneously. At the Chilean side of the border, all of our bags were checked by the border guards with two golden labs. Mikaela's bag was flagged and she had to unpack her bag in front of three guards, the two drivers from the bus and the rest of ...
... houses everywhere with wood fires burning. I found my departure point for tomorrow and and checked in to a hostel. Kim was going to get a connecting bus but all the bus terminals were closed so she ended up checking into the hostel as well. Her friend had recommended a seafood restaurant near by so we set about finding it. 2 hours later we still hadn't found it. ...
... in question is now about to explode, we decided to wait our turn. Uneventful crossing in the tender and our guide Danilo and driver Adrian are waiting for us on the dock. It's a private tour for just the four of us, the vehicle is a large people carrier so very roomy and comfortable. Our first stop is the City centre for a quick nose around, it's a nice clean city with a cathedral made entirely from redwood as the cornerstone. Danilo explains that in the ...
... like someone's house. We got introduced to crazy Anna, this bizarre Australian woman who got on everyone's nerves as soon as they met her. All she did was complain and talk about herself. So annoying.
Puerto Varas was equally boring. We just walked around the town center, bought some snacks for the endless bus journey ahead and that was about it. ...