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... busy than earlier. Rolling chair dodgy with the waves! Didn't eat much as didn't feel great. But perked up a bit. Then was going to watch film but one still on so went up to lay down and wrote diary and ended up sleeping for 3.5 hours. Was in a real dozey sleep I just couldn't get up. Forced myself up around 5.40. Spoke with Juan Pablo again and one had emailed me back and had changed my accom for w trek for two days later. ...
... pretty short but nice. Again would have been much prettier if could see volcano and last viewpoint wasn't closed due to workmen there but was still nice. Got bus and got back into PV around 6.30 and wandered round shops looking for clothes for hiking. Ended up just getting some champion leggings which were expensive but when got to pay they rang up cheaper - 23,000 to 16,000 - nice! Back to hostel and starving! Tried to speak to mum but ...
... the volcano due to poor visibility, this place is wet to say the least, our leader tells us it has three times as much rain as London and today is no exception. We ignore his advice and demand to be taken up the volcano. Turns out Danilo knows best, there is no view at all, we do a five minute walk, Danilo asks if we want to continue on for another half hour to another crest, we decline. We are glad we did as the five minutes back to the van, the wind is so cold, ...
I spent most of today hanging out at another German colonial village along the edge of Lake Llanquihue. Smaller than Puerto Varas, and not as interesting (especially on a dreary rainy day like today), Frutillar is known for its amazing views. Sadly, I was ...
... organic fruits and veg from disease!
We found our bus and were introduced to Richard Knoblach, our German chef, and the smiley Charlie, our tour guide for the day, who told us everything we needed to know about Puerto Montt.
We made our way to the local Angelmo fish market, which was fascinating, and we or should I say Richard bought most of what we needed for our lunch. We then stopped at a ...