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... and a variety of vegetables were for sale, a bulb of garlic looked like it had been treated with hormones. A clove was as big as our bulbs in Aust. Then we wove our way through the craft markets making a purchase or two and then checked out the busy main street. Dinner tonight was us, a Dutch couple and a German couple. English was the common language except for the German male who couldn't speak it. ...
... is made of timber. The interior was exposed timber planks
and even the altars and pulpit were carved timber. All of these heritage
churches also have one tall single spire. We then headed back to our room for a
short while before going to a nice restaurant. This one was 2 levels and very
large and was part of the fire station building. We had a meal deal that
included a hamburger which wasn’t too bad before wandering back to our hostel.
... More were hanging out on the buoys, squabbling for sunbathing space, when we arrived in port and they got dumped off but immediately reappeared to take possession but the buoy was now sinking under the weight of the ship.
Nice ride the 15km into town along the little sheltered harbours crammed full of working boats and yachts, really picturesque in the sunshine that had appeared as soon as we arrived!
However, got straight on the bus to Castro, having cancelled ...
... between, besides a few Chilean weekenders from the mainland. "This is our town," their expressions say.
I found shelter in an American-style diner off the square, but moved on after half an hour - there was a football match being noisily shown on three TV screens, and Latin american commentators somehow manage to talk rapidly and incessently for the full 90 mins ("MESSIMESSIMESSIMESSIMESSIGOOOOOOOOOOO OL!!"). I kept wandering through town looking for new ...
... were a vast selection of deserts. All looked so appetising. However all we could do then wash photograph it and stand and admire it before heading for our tables. We were served with champagne flutes of sparkling wine and then waited for the Captain to begin his speech. We were given headsets once more so that we could listen to one of the guides making a simultaneous translation into English. Unfortunately the other guide was wearing a headset ...