Hotel Unicornio Azul
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... nice lookouts before stopping back on the main island at the final heritage church at Dalcahue. This one was undergoing a massive restoration project which meant taking the whole church apart to the ground and replacing any timber that could not be salvaged and then rebuilding it. The church was completely covered in timber scaffolding. We then drove back to Castro arriving back earlier then we were told. We had enjoyed the ...
... the deep mud. I suppose the entry fee was comparatively cheap for Chile so shouldn't expect too much!
Did a couple of the paths, with a coffee break between and then gave up as the drizzle was really heavy and I was wet through. Nothing to see except drizzle, a few birds, some orchids and fifty shades of green in the forest, everything being covered with moss and lichen.
Thumbed a lift to Chonchi with a smart Spanish engineer and had a good chat about ...
... here in Chile they are actually proper houses, not just basic huts.
It had been a tiring day even though we hadn't walked so far, perhaps it was the travel, but regardless we decided on a quick dinner at Brujula de Cuerpo. It was a massive cafe style restaurant that was very popular with locals and served simple food. We chose the hot dogs which were nothing spectacular but then again, they were pretty cheap.
... charming tbh.
You will also note, quite uniquely from what i´ve seen, that little baby Jesus has clothes on and is dressed warmly! Made me smile as it is such a lovely human touch that was probably not imagined by the sculptor who laboured over the aesthetic nature of his creation and then someone decided that the baby would be cold and wrapped him up.
... dock we watched some seagulls pick up muscles, fly them up really high and drop them on the ground so that they craxjed and they could eat the meat inside.
The boat ride was pretty good, we got a very in depth explanation of the city of Castro and then the first stop was to another set of Palofitas on the other side of the city to where we were staying. They are really really cool houses. The colours just make them that ...