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... covering the vegetation on the mountains. What was noticeable was the further south we sailed into higher latitude the smaller the mountains became and the lower the snow line, about 100 metres from the sea.
Andrew and I met so many lovely people on the ship, it was allot of fun. The further south we travel the more Australians we meet travelling, quite a few from Brisbane. When we disembarked Navimag at Puerto Natales a 55 foot Outremer catamaran was berthed at ...
... allow the current to take us floating on our backs. This was totally safe, (provided that you could swim) as it was not rough, just fast. Absolutely brilliant experience and strangely enough not cold at 15c.
Lots of commaradarie and plenty of laughs and oar waving before we finally stopped for some lunch and of course pisco sour to wash it down. We both Loved every second of today.
no pics of us sorry, we were a bit busy trying survive.
... by two volcanoes- Osorno and Calbuco and laden with rivers and rapids, it offers outdoor adventure for those who seek it. The Vicente Pérez Rosales National Park within the area is a well managed facillity where Osorno, Calbuco, Tronador (yet another volcano),the Petrohue Waterfalls and fauna such as the Chilean condor come to play!
We walked about 6km north from Puerto Varas along a disused rail line to another small village jumped on a bus for 25kms and we reached Frutillar the site of the original 300 family German migration to the area. It is really German village with lovely German wooden buildings and food. It sits right on the lake and has a really nice theatre. It is also home to the colonial German ...
... Montt was the panoramic sea view from its sleek bus terminal. However, we did get out to picturesque Puerto Varas for an afternoon, a town that sits on Lake Llanquihue over which two snow-capped volcanoes tower. We wandered around the town noticing the 19th-century German architecture and had a great seafood dinner, accompanied by a dry Riesling, in Donde El Gordito in the Mercado Municipal.
Onward day/night/day bus to Punta Arenas, THIRTY TWO HOURS!