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... I turn around and I return her greeting and within a few seconds the whole class has surrounded me and are giggling as only teenage school girls can.I start up the conversation:
“Hello,my name is Nick and I am from England,”
There is lots of excitement and more laughter and I can tell they want to practice their English but are a little shy to break out.
I think quickly…..”Do you like One Direction?”...the British boy ...
... every 8 years because of a worm that lives in the sea called Broma. It started raining so I think the tour was cut a little short but we did get to meet a guy on our tour from Venezuela who translated for us on the boat. We then drove to the other side of town to see more stilt houses before heading out of Castro and making our way to Dalcahue. This little town has a lot of hand craft shops so Lauren was in wooly knit heaven. It had been ...
... gateway to Patagonia, it gets an annual rainfall of 4000 mm, it rains 200 days a year. Patagonia is very rugged and mountains area, you can see volcanoes in almost all directions, most are not active but can be recognized by the way they peak from all sides, most peaks are covered with snow. We stayed in a small city called Puerto Varas, it is located by ...
... we've only just arrived, it seems there are an endless amount of adventures to be had. Aside from Llanquihue's surrounding towns, emerald bays, and adjoining waterfalls, there are many nearby national parks. Not to mention Puerto Montt, a mere 20 minutes south, which marks the end of Chile's more solid landmass and the beginning of countless archipelagos and islands. The nearest, largest and most alluring of Chile's 5,000+ islands is named Isla ...
... in Puerto Varas wandering around the town and along the lake front. It was a lovely sunny day so there were drinks and ice creams involved in between our meanderings! The following day we got a local bus out to Petrohue waterfalls. The local buses are wonderful things - the driver pootles along beeping at anyone he thinks might want to get on. People seem to appear from all sorts of unlikely places to board the bus. You think you are ...