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... Osorno which appeared to be floating above the lower cloud. For the next hour or so we travelled on a minor road through magnificent agricultural country till we reached the city of Osorno. From there we travelled on the freeway for an hour or so and then headed off to Panguipulli, a town on another lake. On the foreshore we found some benches to use as a table for lunch and feasted on a truly ...
... of which I learned right off that he "didn't speak English". So my Spanish has gotten a work out. We decided to spend the day together exploring the town, having a lovely lunch and great conversation. Albeit exhausting (because I had to think so much more than I typically like to do...yep...I admit it, who cares?) and the conversation somewhat confusing, but it was great. To meet someone in Pucon, Chile from Spain who just quit his job and is leaving for India ...
... hour or so. Volcanic sand + strong winds + people ahead of you = an all new tan on my face.
On the next day, we decided to just hang out at a nice cafe that served “kuchen” and “stroisel” (here’s to German immigrants) and walked around Pucon, where I discovered a wonderful design and furniture store – for all the design lovers, check out the website. I think some pieces were really cool. All made in ...
... br> people what to do in the event of an eruption – it really looms over town so I
cant imagine people will be able to do a lot in the time they would have really
anyway, but I suppose it’s a comfort if nothing else!
A couple of years ago three people went missing on the Volcano - they found footsteps near the crater and they think they went in - doesn't bear thinking about!
The best bit of the climb was coming back ...
... eventually found a restaurant that still served food at that time of day. It made me think of what you would find in a small German village. Not surprising as there were a lot of German immigrants in the region after World War II. Even the beer had it's German origins and was really good. Despite the strong influence (there was a German school and the houses also looked slightly German), not much German was actually spoken.
At the restaurant we were introduced to the ...
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