The Maullín adventure is related our last family trip that we made this year. For the last few years, my family gathers in the South of Chile, close to Puerto Varas town.
The surroundings are green in many tones that combine with dark orange tree trunks that grown around the river shore. Late in the afternoon you see the trout jumping over the water, and some experts of fly fish.
The first and second image were made after the storm, so it had the clouds running away and water drops.
This last image is of a very large Nalca leaf (Gunnera Tinctoria), close to a meter in size (3 feet). These leaves are very thik and can resist heat. They are used when preparing the traditional dish of the region, “Curanto” (mix sea food, poultry, pork and sausages). You basically make a hole in the ground and heat volcanic rocks. Food is places in layers, and use the Nalca leaf to cover all. We prepared this dish during our Maullín adventure; however we did not use the Nalca leaf. The owner of the property placed many of these leaves around the house for decorative purposes.