Diego de Almagro Puerto Montt
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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 …
... Rapids. It was such a photo opportunity here at the falls, apparently this being the spring here in Chile, the volume of the water was very high due to the spring melt off the Andes. We ended up spending so much time there that we had to catch the LAST tender back to the ship or we would have had to head to the airport. We all got on and sailing tomorrow for Puerto Chacabuco, Chile. One final note – Deb has recovered well and is feeling much better ...
... shop which also sold a small range of souvenirs. We bought prints of birds we had seen in Chile. Then on to the final shop where Barbara bought a fridge magnet to add to her collection of one from every country she had visited on the trip and Sue purchased a couple of gifts. That was the extent of the exercise for the day. We returned to the hotel for an unhealthy snack lunch in our room. We spent some of ...
... Nicolas so that he could give us a summary of the cruise and detail the following day's itinerary. We were in the San Rafael Bar and all the other passengers (Spanish speakers) were in the Quiltralco Bar with the other guide, Victor who was the senior guide. Our session with Nicholas lasted an hour, in part because we had a lot of questions for him about things we had seen since arriving in Puerto Montt. We stayed on in the bar and decided to try pisco sours, a chilean (and ...
... He now lives in Cape Town, South Africa where is wife is from. Martin our room steward is from the Philliphines. He's also a long timer with Princess (2001). He works 9 month contracts. When I asked him why 9 months he said only the Europeans get 6 month contracts. Interesting. Even though it seems like a long time away, people seem to like their jobs. As Boghdan said...no job is perfect.