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Fishing Port

Retreating slightly away from the downtown area by O'Higgins Street we found the port of Dead Water - a fishing port or a place for storing fishing boats, I was immediately struck the large number of colorful fishing boats waiting for the departure time to the estuary towards the sea, it causes some commotion seeing them so close together on a small canal and not in open water as is commonly appreciated here in Chile. One immediate question arises - how do these boats get out? hmm just have to wait and see how they manoeuvre. After a journey through this beautiful city by canal bordering the south

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Travelling around Patagonia

This city is in the XI Region of Chilean Patagonia. It has a peculiar, unique and unmistakable physiognomy. The channels and fjords are surrounded by the various Andean mountain chains that exhibit a rich and varied landscape with beautiful vegetation. By road from the north, the city can be reached via the southern highway, a longitudinal path passing through innumerable places known for their natural, landscape and ecological beauty. The climate varies with the seasons, but commonly the low temperatures dominate to 0°C in winter. But, it's still possible to do outdoor tourist activities. In the city and its surroundings, the river system is highly varied and comprised of many large rivers, watersheds, numerous lakes and ponds that transform the Aysen region and this particular area into a paradise for sport fishing.

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