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Our last day in Chiloe was pretty much a trip around the island to collect all the belongings we had left here and there. In France, every kid learns the tale of the boy who left seeds behind him so he could trace his way back to his parents' house. Well, we traced our way back!!!
We did collect all our belongings after all. It took up a lot of brain power: All right Belinda, when ...
... and take my chances. So I say breezily "See that poster. It's advertising a Valentine's Dinner. " Instantly Kathleen realises I have just bitten ******* an enormous hook at the end of a line she is holding. "We haven't missed it have we?" I say. "You tell me. Have you missed it?" comes the reply from the other end of the line in my mouth. I don't know is the answer, but I am still clinging to the hope that I have not, based on the fact that I am still alive. ...
... have to. Fortunately the cloud has thinned out a little below us giving us some views down the valley, and of the volcanoes from the bottom. We head towards the Petrohue River, and Petrohue waterfalls, which are interesting (mostly due to the location and the volcanoes in the background) but are no Iguassu! We then head further along the river, up to Lake Todos Los Santos. As we walk along the volcanic beach on the lake shore, the cloud has cleared nicely and we ...
... us walk up as it was getting too dark and dangerous, so instead we turned back and took Anay to the beach!
The next couple of days were a mixture of playing with Anay and going to Dunkin Doughnuts and Der Kuchen (an amazing German cafe that sold incredible German cake) far too often. We cooked Paula a roast dinner on the Sunday (with a gravy interpretation which she LOVED) which was the first time we'd had one since Christmas!
... fish/eel called congria. The front is like a fish and the back is like an eel! We all tasted it and it was delicious.
Now, we are back in our hotel and are ready for a long sleep! Tomorrow, we have tour of the lakes/volcanoes.
Info on today's title - this is officially the farthest south that we have ever traveled! Kind of cool for us to think about!!
Good night from Puerto Varas!