Diego de Almagro Puerto Montt
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... ferry. It was very interesting to watch. The whole loading and unloading happened in less than 30min as the whole town came to the ferry with little boats and helped. What a tough life to live in such a place in Patagonia!
After 3 days the incredible journey through the fjords of Patagonia ended in Puerto Natales where our “boat group” spent the last night together in the really nice hostel Yagan House.
... are becoming less and less of a challenge in fact no one we meet today spoke any English and we had no problems communicating at all,even with the local mr plod who was pulling everyone over to do a random check of licences In all it was a fun day the people in chile are really nice friendly welcoming people so that helps helps heaps The rains meant to get heavy over the next few days so hope it doesn't hinder our fun to much :) Adios Buenos Notches ...
... which cause the shellfish to be poisonous to humans. Our first venture from the ship was by boat. It was similar in shape and size to the Hercules that we had been in the previous day but we doubt very much that it's hull was made of cast iron as it could not possibly meet any icebergs. We explored part of the fiord and were taken to see some of the naturally occurring mussels. It was very atmospheric as there was most of the mountains were wreathed in mist and ...
... back daily! We checked in for Navimag on Saturday afternoon and went for a beer with one of the guys we would be travelling with Nick. Nice enough English guy who got creepy the nice again all in two days. The boat itself was a ferry with some accommodation at the top, we were lucky enough to get our own room. The first night was the usual meet and greet stuff and exploring the ferry. There are platforms viewing on either side and the captain would sometimes allow us access ...