[ Dec.2015 ] After lunch, we came back to the main island of Chiloe in Chile and continued our journey to look at the wooden churches which are listed in the World Heritage.
The last two were at the west end of the island.
We went there having been lost a few times.
Most of the roads were not paved and our driver, Mafred drove there very fast without worrying about the damage to the car.
The view from the car window was very peaceful.
We could get glimpses of the sea.
My husband said it looked similar to the view of Ise Shima in Japan where we went a few years ago.
And it was true.
We started homeward journey after seeing the Colo Church which was the most pastoral and elegant among the ones we saw this time.