Diego de Almagro Puerto Montt
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- 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 …
... a good view of them yet as there is cloud cover, but there is snow on top of both of them - apparently there is still drift of smoke coming out on a clear day.
It does snow lightly here, but the trees are evergreen. Puerto Varas has a population of 40,000 and has many beautiful buildings, many of them wooden with the style depicting the German heritage which exists here.
Dinner in the hotel restaurant tonight - they certainly know how to cook good ...
... overnight in our tents, half an hour later, the lady who runs the campsite came over to the hut we were in and told us that Volcan Calbuco had just erupted (26 miles away from where we were). I rushed outside into the dark to see little flecks of ash in the light of my head-torch floating down from the cloud. I was so excited. The whole trip had been a parade of heart-swelling beauty and now the rock had come alive to salute ...
... started realizing that a volcano had just erupted. I was not very sure what to think about it because almost everyone else was just continuing walking and not paying attention. So I started asking around if this was normal/if that happens regularly. And the calmness of the people ended rapidly - they just hadn't noticed it yet. The smoke spread rapidly and after a while the whole city had noticed or heard (everybody ...
... packed and balanced, especially with the amount of provisions we bought... We had to get to Puerto Montt to catch the ferry but as we'd already driven this route we knew it was a nightmare, so decided to take a circuitous trip on the back roads. It started so well riding along the dedicated bike lane beside the lake and it felt good but strange to be back on the bikes. After about 10km we had to turn south where we were faced with a steep hill and our ...