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... May the sun always be at your back :-) (But in future, you have my permission to confiscate my credit card whenever I've shared a bottle and a half of wine plus a pisco sour before 2pm with someone with as little self-restraint as me!) SOMETHING A BIT MORE INFORMED Argentina is the only country in world where blue really means black. The Argentinian market suffered a complete meltdown in 2001/2. As part of the austerity measures, the government put a limit ...
... I know are on a sell out tour of South America.
Immediately there is a chorus of “no,” and lots of laughter.One girl suddenly plucks up some courage,“I like U2 and Oasis”, more laughter from the rest of the girls.
So I name some more bands and there are shouts of “yes” and “no”
“Where you are from in England?” one girl ventures.
I say London,(although not strictly true).
... are perfectly assimilated, evidence can be seen everywhere: German names, cuisine and architecture. The town with its pretty wooden cabins reminded me very much of resorts in the Alps. Beautiful are also the views of the big Lake Llanquihue and the perfectly shaped Volcano Osorno in the distance. Not far lies the Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park, from where you can get great ...
... the main commercial centre with its outdoor gear shops, chocolatiers and other outlets you would expect to see in a small town like this. We stopped at the supermarket and bought some food supplies, as well as 1.5kg of fresh mussels for 80p from the fish market that we would enjoy cooking for dinner later on. Back at the hostel we made some lunch before driving back up round the lake to Fruitillar. We had driven through there the previous evening but since it was dark we wanted ...
... food I guess.
I do manage to get myself out and visit the Centro de Visitantes Inmaculada Concepcion an old church in its own right but it also has wooden model displays of some of the more well known churches on the island. Next is off to the cathedral which I think has been rebuilt at some stage or I am at the wrong place as it is nothing like the model, well OK maybe from the outside, but overall leave unimpressed. Next I hit the Museo Regional Aurelio Borquez ...