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Wednesday 24/12 No rocking to put us to sleep last night. Today we tendered to Puerto Montt and walked to the fish & vegetable market. What a fascinating place! Christmas Eve and everyone was buying supplies. Huge salmon were for sale, sides of lamb draped over buckets or in plastic bags also for sale and sheep heads that looked like they had been bbq'd or smoked were also for sale, teeth still in the ...
... were very expensive but would include lunch and
would be a private tour with just us so we booked the one that took us to some
of the famous churches on the islands. We were lucky enough to pass the main
plaza and see the UNESCO heritage San Francisco church was open. The exterior
was a ridiculously bright colour scheme mainly bright yellow with pink and
purple trims. The outside walls were covered in thin metal sheeting but the
whole of ...
Another ****** grey day and slept better despite the barking again – someone has smuggled a dog into their cabin or left in in their vehicle and it's not keen on lumpy weather.
They finally produced some eggs for breakfast as a final treat – had passed through prime whale country, Corcovado Bay, overnight but apparently it is too early for them anyway. There were some claims of distant "blows" and fin sightings but nothing worthwhile, just a couple more sea ...
... the first restaurant we found. It wasn't a flash place by any means, but there were a few people in who didn't look like tourists so we decided to give it a go. We ordered Curato, a local speciality that consisted of a plate of mussels and clams with broth and a side plate with sausage, a fist sized piece of pork, a quarter chicken and two types of potato cake things. It was a messy and really filling meal that could probably have been shared although David managed to eat all ...
... anytime soon! While down at the water by the artesanal market, we made sure to go to a restaurant (which was overhanging the water, and we watched sea lions frollick as we ate!) and order the must-try Chilote (from Chiloe) dish Curanto - this popular Chilote dish is traditionally cooked in a covered-over pit with hot stones, and consists of whatever is on hand. Being the rural island that it is, this is usually seafood and potatoes, and ours had ...