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... others wanted to see it.
4. Puerto Chacabudo. Again this was a private excursion I learned from cruise critic and contacted Anne at enPatagonia Tours. Good excursion even though there 34 in the group. Good English speaking tour guide (Aldo). Got a flavor of the place, had a delicious lunch.
5. Puerto Montt. Experience for arranging this private tour was very good. I would highly recommend Denis Purtov - responsive and reliable. The young guide was ...
...and the two next volcanos followed straight away ;)
I am getting addicted to travelling every weekend. This is a nice concept, especially as travelling here is relatively cheap. Just to illustrate: A 12 hour bus ticket in the holiday time costs less than 20 Euros. And for a three-bed room in a hostel with breakfast we payed about 8 Euros p.P.
So this weekend we decided to visit a friend of ours in Puerto Montt. A part of the UACH is in Puerto ...
... round a trolley of liqueurs so we had an amaretto each. The restaurant was nice and warm. It was heated by a huge wood burner. It was a converted steam engine. We certainly had never seen such a large burner before. We had seen members of the crew unloading large wooden poles from the boat and having seen the engine we understood what the poles were for. They were the fuel. After all that food there was only one thing for it. A good walk so we decided that we ...
We arrived in Puerto Montt excited about our reserved 4-day journey aboard the Navimag ferry south through the fjords of Chilean Patagonia. Essentially the boat is a cargo ship that also has room for a few passengers. Unfortunately, less than 24 hours before our scheduled departure, we were informed that there would be a severe delay due to bad weather and rough seas. The journey was also expected to take longer than 4 days. Not willing to stick around in Puerto ...
... sails create a peaceful and restful spot. Too soon it’s time to leave. We board the coach and take the highway back to the port. The tenders move quickly so our wait is minimal. We reboard the ship and realize that our visit to South America is over. So, would we return to Puerto Montt? It is a lovely place, reminiscent of the Lake District in the UK, but we would probably not return here. Too many other places draw our attention.