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Travel Blogs from Frutillar
The Chilean Lake District was settled by a large population of Germans a bunch of years ago. And when you pass more than a few signs offering strudel hung beside garden gnomes, you start to believe it.
So, though it did seem a little odd at first to be in South America sitting in a German restaurant (called Guten-Apetit), listening to …
So we're still unclear on how to say the town name (we thought it would be rude to ask the citizens, … "uhm, … cool town. How do you say it? FRUIT-ILL-ARE?") but, … what we’re crystal clear on is how beautiful Frutillar is.
Situated on the shores of Lagos Llanquille, it offers up front row seats to the best show in …
... enjoy Frutillar's amazing views on this day. Today was also my final day in the Lakes District of Chile - with a 15 hour overnight bus ride back to Santiago. I will be spending one more night in Santiago before leaving for Buenos Aires on my birthday, ...
... dogs it reminded me of the amusing Australian border police tv show and felt very OTT. Lucy had declared her sachets of oregano, vegetable oil and cereal bars as they apparently give you hefty fines if you forget to declare anything plant based you have on you. All the luggage had to be unloaded from the coach and Ash's bag got searched, arousing suspicion with his 4 month supply of contact lenses... On arrival we had no Chilean money and a 1 mile walk to ...
... Stopping in Santa Cruz along the way and checking out the amazing Museo de Colchagua. This is the country's biggest private museum, built in 1995 by an obscure millionaire, Carlos Cardoen. Carlos made his fortune dealing with weapons. For many years he was in the top ten list of the most wanted criminals by the US government. After an amnesty he now can't leave Chile without risking imprisonment. I reckon he should be given an award of some sort as its the most ...
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