Diego de Almagro Puerto Montt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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SOMETHING A BIT STUPID I met Mary, a German girl who had relocated to Cairns, on my trip through Chile. We knew straight away we'd hit it off when we discovered we both had a love of New York and of course Cairns. What we didn't realise at the time was that we actually get on so well because we are both as daft as each other ... After the crazy …
... spotted a whale spouting and several magellan penguins.. We waited 2 hours to spot Chiloe, which we did just as the sun set, and went through the narrow passage that went between Chiloe and the mainland, just as the light disappeared.
Tonight's dinner included a 'chocolate fountain' for dessert, with lots of different fruit & marshmallows for coating. One of our favourite waiters was in-charge.
... and beautiful garden. You could have been in Bavaria with the little chalets made from cypressa wood. Managed to find som rugby ball shaped lapis lazuli with a green malachite centre band. Lapis is Chile's most popular semi precious stones. 'Nuff" said now but we also bought a wee lapis "penguinos" as a memory of this very special holiday. He is only about 1and 1/2 inches and SOoh cute. A Magellanic penguinos!
One piece of kit which is not working for me that well is the coupling on my bike frame. It lets me split the bike in two. But with the hammering my bike is taking from rocky roads, it keeps undoing itself. This is despite me wrenching it as hard as I can. So I sat down and tried to work out what to do. I did some complicated maths which the likes of you lot would not understand. Based loosely on the principle of every action having an equal and opposite reaction, I concluded that ...
... and cheese, fruit and the common dessert/treat of Alfajores. We have had them in Argentina and Chile. It's like an Oreo or other sandwich cookie but a bit larger. The cookie part is a bit softer, almost like shortbread but not quite, and it is filled with dulce de leche. It may or may not then be dipped in chocolate, like a wagon ...