Diego de Almagro Puerto Montt
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- Continental Breakfast
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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 …
... teams from the various departments of the ships company's having a tug of war competition. The deck crew were sadly beaten by the senior management team ... I wanted the deck crew to win "coz" they work so hard; daily putting chairs, sun loungers and tables out and washing the decks. Then also they operate the tenders and I think they are involved in the maintenance of ship e.g painting white the rusty parts that seem to appear. ...
... is allowed a starter home - so you can see lots of government housing communities on the edges of towns. In addition, there are extraordinary numbers of very well fed stray dogs. They are everywhere. They also seem to be able to cross the street more safely than humans as the cars DO NOT STOP.
When we arrived in Puerto Montt we arrived to a totally different climate than in Santiago. It was colder and ...
... we came across the most beautiful old church and on some of the back estate areas the most elaborate huge homes/ mansions ( there is some money here just like in Zapallar just amazing places. We then stop for lunch at a little German looking cafe I had the vegi soup ( not risking the chance of hotdogs again) it wasn't the best soup they are a little bland on flavours here, but the cakes omg,best strudel ever and mark had this huge ...
... lived in Buenos Aires while the other couple were on holiday from Japan. Before the meal started the Captain made a speech. We were given headsets to wear and one of the guides made a simultaneous translation. We hadn't expected that! Then the three course meal began. King crab gratin followed by fish with vegetables and dessert with a choice of red or white wine - Chilean of course. After lunch we went to one of the two bars and sat and read and did some embroidery. ...