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... side of the situation and still had a laugh. The boat crossing to Puerto Varas started out wet but by evening it was lovely and sunny. Because of the latitude we have light until about 9.30pm. Unfortunately we couldn't see the top of the volcano because of the cloud, I have included few shots taken from the bus. I am really ...
... Iara was doing the same trip but I had to say another goodbye to Omar and Mattias.
Another day another breakfast and the three idle waitresses were there again,this time to avoid myself seeing their indolence I chose a table where I could have my back to them,I did not want to start my day off in a grumpy mood.Filled and watered, Fernando greeted me again and this time his attitude was light and friendly,my efforts were paying off!
Our direction ...
... all the other churches is made from timber and is quite stunning on the inside. The outside they unfortunately decide to paint yellow which is the colour of the Vatican flag, and purple which is the colour of Jesus's robe. After the church we headed to a freezing cold restaurant for lunch where we had the most expensive chicken ever. The guy said it was a big portion but when it arrived it was 4 pieces that barely added up to 1 breast. For ...
... the right wing tank to engine and the second to control flow from the ferry tank to the engine. Using the fuel in the ferry tank meant closing the valve from the wing tank and opening the valve from the ferry tank. There was no fuel return to the ferry tank so as the ferry tank fuel was used, some would go to the engine and some would go back into the right wing tank, essentially refilling it. Once refilled, the valve operation ...
... br> Our next stop was at Petrohue Falls....a very impressive sight on the Petrohue river. A series of boardwalks have been built out over the boulders so that visitors can get close to the falls. Below us we could see a large red zodiac boat that brought visitors up the river in order to get REALLY close to the falls!
In another stop in the National Park we saw tame red foxes again, this time under a park bench!
On our return to ...