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... mouth of the volcano, but Orsono has 45 craters near its base and all the eruptions have occurred at the base and never at the top! We got off somewhere quarter way up and walked about drunk with the beauty around us. We walked on the hardened lava fields in quiet contemplation just soaking in the majesty of it all.
The one thing that struck us about this region is how low the clouds hung ...
... Had a wander along the Patrimonial walk in town to see the
big church on the hill, apparently modelled on a famous German one – most of
the original settlers around this lake were from Germany, so many of the local
people and businesses are of German heritage or cater to them. Can see the
influence in some of the old houses about town.
Happily there are some decent bocks and ...
We had a good flight this morning to Puerto Montt, grabbed our hire car a little Kia that smells like dead fish, either something died in it, is still dead in it ( we just have to find it) or it's been bathed in fish oil, and there's this persistent red light give us a warning that the air bag is not working. First thing tomorrow we are buying an air freshener hopefully that will fix one problem. The main road from the airport to Puerto Varas turned out to be ...
... along with Texan Ross, who we'd met on the bus), where we completed (yet another) day long trek - our third in four days! Needless to say our little pegs were relatively tired by the end of the day, however we were happy to have seen some spectacular scenery including the beautiful Lago Todos los Santos (considered one of the most beautiful in the region) and the towering, snowcapped Volcan Osorno (half-covered in a thick mist for ...
... the ice is broken and he begins to relax.I am joined by a lovely woman from Brazil called Iara and two guys,Mattius from Argentina and Omar from Colombia and we make a great little team and through broken English and understood Spanish we are soon conversing and Fernando the guide is also enjoying himself,the weather is gorgeous and luck is on our side for photos and views.
Before we go anywhere however we make a stop so at a “casa de cambio” so I can ...