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... them until 2 when we went to the talk on glaciers, volcanoes and earthquakes. After that it was nap time till 4, which was the beginning of happy hour, so we went up to the crows nest and joined the Bunnikins crew again for drinks. Then it was time for dinner!! Dinner was lovely, and for some reason our waiter insisted on us sharing a platter of king prawns during dinner (lamb shanks for me, beef for Tom) - they were ...
... and back along the lake. Still really aching from hike the other day especially round calfs and thighs so worried about w trek. Plus finally wore hiking shoes which I so should have worn before as my right shoe insole kept moving and my left foot I got a blister on my little toe and my heel so really painful walking back. Got back around 3.20 where rain started to get a bit heavier. Waited for bus then went to Santos del Petrohue waterfalls. 3 ...
... also his knowledge of the history of the area is first class. The main economy of this area is Salmon, Danilo says it is the biggest producer of Salmon in the world, seems surprising but that's what we're told. After the Llamas, we head of to see the green lagoon, the name explains exactly what is here to see, apparently the bright green colour is caused by algae. From here we have a choice, either visit the Emerald lake or go up to see Volcano Osorno, Danilo advises ...
... Davie Howes from the UK who sings, plays the piano, drums, trumpet, pocket trumpet, hunting horn and shower hose!!!
We anchored next morn Monday, at Puerto Montt and after a reviving coffee in the square and ship's port clearance, we departed from the ship on a tender. We and our bags were X rayed. They take the agricultural laws very seriously here, not only entering the country but all around, protecting ...
... Hans also had a credit card and he knew his PIN, so he bought everything and I paid him back later. We headed out of the store and found a taxi and finally agreed on a price of $25 to get back to the port. Interestingly, he took a faster route back to Valparaiso and we got back about 3:45 (it was all onboard at 4:30). My device costed a total of $65 ($40 for the device and $25 for the taxi). Dinner at 8:00 and Colleen Montgomery, soprano, was the show. Again, she was ...