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... hot springs all day so we spent most of the day enjoying the hot springs and relaxing in the mountains. You could just see a small snow- capped volcano is the distance which is apparently a ski field in winter but as it’s summer now its shut. It was really quiet and we even saw a local Zorro (Fox) who had stolen a bone from one of the chalets BBQs. They are much smaller and more grey than English ...
... and pronounced that it wasn't DVT (cue relief all round) but that they would do an X Ray to see if it was broken! Back to Reception and another A$50 lighter we sat and waited. Only about 10 minutes and then the deed was done and 5 minutes later Lin was presented with a disc (I guess it was DVD not DVT). Another few minutes wait and Doctor Tatt told us she hadn't broken anything and was just making a lot of fuss about nothing. He didn't actually say that last bit!!. He ...
OHHH no the big 6 0HHH
Oh Yes...still looking your best!
Happy BIrthday Dear Louise, so sorry not to be there to celebrate it...TODAY!
It is however a beautiful sunny day here in Chile and my thoughts are with you till we celebrate together upon our return. BONNE Fête ma chum! Je t'aime beaucoup xxx Bisous de François ...
We found a new cabana by Valdivia river, about 10 km from Valdivia City. Once again we feel right at home in this wonderful setting, cabanas Puerto Pelicano. Last night (Sunday) we went out for supper at a German beer house but no alcohol was served due to the elections. I guess the didn't want any riots with inebriated locals. Today we went to the local ...
... is over 1,300 feet at its deepest (average depth of over 500 feet). For those of you in Washington State, think of Bariloche as Leavenworth on steroids. The City was founded in 1902 mainly by immigrants from Austria, Germany, Slovenia, and Northern Italy. The dominant "swiss chalet" type architecture i remember from my visit 40 years ago (yikes!) is now buried by ...