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... When I, errr, ´politely comment´on this, this informs me that the winery are obliged to give you as much wine as you want, and it´s ok because she has been to the Moet winery in France (relevant why??), and that she is buying a bottle as well. She failed to mention that she was buying a miniature bottle of the cheapest wine available, and we also had a good chuckle when she demanded to taste the most expensive wine, and was politely told to sod off. This woman makes my ...
... the day out walking around the town, getting to know our bearings. The following morning we were pleased to be out of there and checked into our new hostel as soon as we could! It is so much nicer than where we were, clean and comfy and really helpful staff. David thought it would be a good idea to head out on some bikes so we hired some from the hostel and set out to go to some beaches on the east shore of the lake. ...
... intending to take ashore. Merry Christmas everyone!
Christmas Day. During the night we sailed through the Golfo de Ancud, passing through Canal Desertores and into the Golfo Corcovado, back into the Pacific Ocean. A small group of Aussies we’ve met got together for lunch today and although it was enjoyable, there was no real feeling of Christmas. There are some decorations around but it has really been low key overall. So many ...
... will follow, especially if you haven't been shown how to control the horse. Now Jaclyn was more than comfortable with the idea of keeping to a trot... Unfortunately though, when I rode past her at a million miles an hour she had no choice but to hold on for dear life whilst her horse set off in pursuit of mine, and of course neither of us knew where to find the brake pedal on the bloody things! Once again, with only luck and no skill to thank, we managed to get through the ...
... the hostel and have to wait around for them to make up my bed, so I go to the supermarket and buy some food for dinner. Lots of people cooking in the kitchen, but they all seem to know each other, so I don't interact a whole lot. I was going to make lentils with tomatoes, onions, and curry like I saw the Australian girl make in the Green house, but they don't sell canned beans in Pto Varas! So, I decide just to make a salad like Miri made. It is good and I ...
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