The scenery near Puerto Chacobuco in the Simpson River valley and the National Reserve was beautiful. Our personable guide who is an ex-pat school teacher was very knowledgeable about the area and local life. The highlight though was the meal with a family at a campo or country house -your choice of lamb roasted over an open fire or salmon or empanada. We started with welcome smiles from our hosts, all wearing the national dress and pisco sours. The simple but tasty meal came with a shared bottle of wine. Some dancers showed us traditional dances and offered to teach us if we were brave enough to volunteer. (I did! Blame it on the pisco sour.) Only about 30 guests can be accommodated at one time - two vans with two guides and two drivers. Thoroughly enjoyed our glimpse into Chilean life. Anne and her company was easy to deal with.
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