Published: February 23rd 2011February 19th 2011
Este pred tym nez sme sa vybrali na vylet po ostrove Chiloe nam nas domaci Charlie tvrdil ze sa k nam blizi burka a pride maximalne do dvoch dni. Toto bol treti den krasneho pocasia, tak sme sa ho rozhodli poriadne vyuzit. Autobus naspat do Conchi isiel o 2 hodiny neskor ako mal, ale s tym sa nic robit nedalo. V hosteli sme si len zhodili ruksaky a vybrali sa na blizky ostrov Lemuy. O Lemuyi sme toho poculi vela, o tom aky je krasny, ako tam urcite treba ist. Niezeby sa nam nepacil, ale vyzeralo to tam presne ako u nas /teda az na ocean/, tak sme sa po chvili otocili a isli naspat. Vecer sa na mole, par metrov od nas, konal koncert miestnej a ako nam povedane velmi popularnej skupiny nazvanej Garras de Amor-Pazury lasky. To sme si nemohli nechat ujst, vyzeralo to ze prislo cele mesto a vsetci si to uzivali. Pristav bol plny nasvietenych lodi, niektore boli pospajane retazami a bolo na nich vidiet baviacich sa ludi. O pol noci sa spustil ohnostroj, Chonchi je male mesto ale za takyto ohnostroj by sa nemuselo hanbit ziadne mesto. Trval urcite aspon patnast minut a urcite bol lepsi
ako ten co sme videli v Salte na novy rok.
Before we went to this trip around island of Chiloe our landrold Charlie had told us about a storm coming here in two days time. This was a third day of sunny weather and we wanted to enjoy it as much as possible. Bus to Chonchi was 2 hours late as it should, but that was nothing to do about that. In hostel we just dropped our ruksacks and went to a near island of Lemuy. We heard a lot about Lemuy, about its charm and beauty, and definitely one not to be missed. We cant say we didnt like it, but it looked exactly like back home /except the ocean bit/, so after a while we turned back to Chonchi. In the evening, on a pier few metres from our hostel there was a concert of local and as we were told very popular group called Garras de AmoClaws of love. We could not miss this so we went to check out, it looked like whole town was there and everybody seemed enjoying it. The port was full of lighted up boats, some joined with chains and
we could see partying people there. At midnight, there was a firework, Chonchi is a small town but any town could be proud of this one. It took at least minutes and it was much more better than the one we saw in Salta on a New Year.
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