Hotel Don Luis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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Sea has calmed down over night. We are now sailing through the straights. Looks very much like the Norweigian Fjords. there is a heavy mist on the tops of the hills, but it s getting warmer. Was going to have a pub lunch at the wheelhouse Pub, but got up late, so now sitting in the Skywalker night club, on deck 17, watching the world go by. ...
... the drive was more rural with lots of farms and then as we approached the waters we could see salmon farms. Salmon is harvested in the spring and summer. Norway, Chile and Scotland are the largest exporters of salmon. Chile and Norway fight each month for 1st place on export of salmon. Salmon farming requires both fresh and salt water and lots of processes - which means that there are only a few places in the world where ...
... pastry, Carmel cake it was to die for rich and yummy and mr pig ate it all, let's just say his touchy belly is not so good tonight doh. We then drove just out of town to a museum we has seen Museo Antonio Felmer as it was a bit of a quite day we thought it would pass the time. Well lucky us we were the only people there and this place was great the owner Pedro Felmer Aichele was the nicest person, the museum was off his family and the ...
... wasn't exciting partly because the waterway was so wide and partly because it was misty so we couldn't see anything of the Andes on the port side or the island of Chiloe on the starboard side. Then at 5:30 it was tea time so we had to ease ourselves out of our comfortable chairs and walk down to the dining room. There was a huge buffet spread of rolls, cheeses, meats and quantities of cakes. We each tried a couple of cakes remembering that we still had dinner to come later. Some ...
... through it. It looks amazing – even Stefan is blown away and is taking pictures! We climb higher on foot for better views – we can see five volcanoes from up here. It’s the end of the ski season, but it looks like they’ve got a couple of lifts working – Vin is very tempted to hire a snowboard, but sadly there’s not really enough time! We eat lunch here as we don’t want to descend back down into the cloud-covered valley, but ...