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Travel Blogs from Puerto Varas
... a clear day - on some days you can just see one of the snow-capped summits above the clouds, so it appears to be floating. Reminds me of something out of a Hayao Miyazaki film but I can't remember exactly what). Similarly, it's also a destination for adventure tourists - rafting and kayaking trips are advertised at every street corner.
Our day in Puerto Varas is, as Lee puts it, a 'happy-sad'. He is due to fly up to Santiago the next day before starting his series of ...
... the angle at which we were standing we could only see about one quarter of the stage, but it was enough to appreciate Figaro as he beautifully belted out his lines to Figaro's Aria.
There was actually quite a cool atmosphere up there amongst the ranks of the standing audience. We were free to take photos, walk around, sit on the floor and pretty much do whatever we wanted without getting any evil eyes or shushh's. Sibling took on the roll of ...
... Remain More Popular with Tourists than Volunteer Firefighters
Stevie Wonder's "Part-Time Lover" Continues Steady Climb Up Lakes District Radio Charts
Drunken Flag Bearer Steals Show at Otherwise Just Okay Aldachildo Apple Festival
Presented with Beautiful Windswept Beach, Man Still Opts for Photo of Cow
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I took a 5 hour bus from Pucon to Puerto Varas. It was pouring down rain the entire time even when I entered PV. PV, was a quaint port city and reminded me a bit of the small coastal towns in Oregon. I wandered around after I got settled in my dorm room and decided to try to sign up for fly fishing the next morning and get a late lunch. I went to a recommended cafe called El Barista since it seemed like a nice rainy day activity and had my first real cup of ...
... 5 in the afternoon. The american, Steph and I decided to have one last awesome meal, so headed to a steak house for a Pisco Sour and steak and chips. We both couldnīt move afterwards!
So, today. Now I am in Puerto Montt, again, for one night before I catch the bus tomorrow morning to Pucon. From there I am going to Pichilemu, Valpariso, La Serena and San Pedro De Atacama before flying out of Santiago on the 8th April! Timereally is flying here, less than one month to go.