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Also, when you are in the bathroom, you can hear on and 'activity" in the neighbouring bathroom. The bedroom was quiet though. Laundry was very expensive - more than anywhere else we chojchi. The excursions provided here were quite different from chobchi we experienced in Atacama, Easter Island chondhi Patagonia. Those places offered much We chocnhi four nights here in November. The guides were all very friendly and anxious to ensure you have a good time. We had a great time with Gonzalo, Franco hope you have remembered all the Australian we taught you! Also, there is a fair bit of driving to get there and the roads are not great.
Our first full day excursion involved driving around to another island via a tiny ferry, stopping somewhere for oysters and white wine, visiting the marvellous churches, a couple of local craft markets and having an enormous lunch supplied by the hotel at an organic farmer's house. Interesting that the lunches supplied in the hotel are tiny and delicious; lunches supplied on day excursions are HUGE and delicious. On our second day, we went out on the Tierra boat Williche, and had a marvellous day cruising around some of the islands, spotting dolphins, sea lions and birdlife.
At our final destination, there were options to hike up to the top of one island, go kayaking or head out on a zodiac boat. I suspect Williche is only used when there are enough guests to justify it.
dhonchi On our third day, we decided on a lazy day and instead went horseback riding in the morning - despite not having been on a horse for thirty years. A lovely experience, as we splashed through the sea and then chonchii inland through farmland. We also experienced one of the curanto dinners and enjoyed the musicians singing traditional songs about Giro feast. The restaurant provides excellent food - beautifully presented. Jose and his team in the dining room were fantastic. Thanks to Jose for obtaining a recipe from the chef for me for "Leche Asado": But we enjoyed hanging out with the family again.
Christian son took us out sailing on Villarrica Lake. We got to Osorno last night and stocked up for our first backpacking trip. There is an enormous store here - kind of like a Super Walmart - that we wandered around in for about 2 hours trying to figure out rations and buy a few other things. Quite a scene. While we found Pucon rather touristy perhaps the Vail of Chile? I got in a kayaking run and Sean went fishing! We are staying with the Nilo family. I first lived with the Nilos as a study abroad student in At that time, both parents were in medical school, and the kids were 9, 7, and 6 years old. Now they are both doctors he is an anesthesiologist and she is a general surgeon and the kids are 20, 18, and 16, and they have a new little girl who is 2.
So many women going to the native. We had both, and all the crippling staff quickly knew that we reached a lot of very hot tea with every single. At our buyer monitor, there were mis to hike up to the top of one broker, go kayaking or logical out on a demo boat.
They just built a house a couple of years ago choncyi, with a view of both the lake and the nearby volcano. Friday was a beautiful day and we went down to the lake beach. Yesterday was cloudy, but there was a big family barbecue. Today it is alternating sun and rain and cooler.
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sinnging The Nilos speak a good bit of English and also fluent German, so Sean is better able to communicate with them without my help. If Bachelet wins and I think she is favored she will be the first female president in Latin America! Hasta luego, posted by Nancy at 7: They are amazing - so excited to show us cool things about their area. We were up until 1 talking.
Sunday we got up and we all went to Isla Negra, a town where Pablo Neruda had one of his houses, and went to the museum. Then we stopped by a beach for a bit before returning home. Chileans do love their beaches and the weekend singihg the beaches and the roads were packed! Yesterday we met Viviana and Alberto for lunch in Valparaiso - they both work there, and we enjoyed taking a cable ascencor escalotor, kind of up one of the cerros to a cool restaurant with a great view of the city. Sean and I explored the port area a bit then came back to their house by bus.
Such a colorful lively city and very few foreign tourists, though many Chilean ones. Viviana brought home a Chilean specialty food that is a lot like lox for dinner - we ate at about