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... political system well enough to really have an opinion.
The next day started rather enthusiastically with plans of getting laundry done, booking some activities and just getting aquainted with the area. Boy, were we wrong! First of all, the English speaking employee that we met last night was on duty and, as it turns out was clueless and generally not helpful, to the point that I got really angry and pretty much stormed off. Suddenly, our room was too small, ...
... this being low season) and it was a little worse for wear even thought the owners were nice... we started plotting our exit having just arrived!
'School' started early on Monday, and consisted of 3 hours a day for 5 days. Our teacher was Ricardo, a Chilean who lived in a neighbouring town; considering he has never left Chile his English was great! Both having a poor history of learning languages (that's a C in French at GCSE) our hopes were not high but we ...
... had some seats available and I had to climb over 2 seats and a console with my backpack to get there. I'm pretty sure there was no door handle to that passenger seat nor an actual door. I kept discreetly trying to find one, but couldn't. I figured I'd just jump through the window in event of an emergency. I think about weird stuff like that sometimes. At the end of the 45 minute bus ride, I understood the reason why he requested that I sit up front since I was one ...
... have continued camping here not knowing if we really are allowed to.
The last two principles of a freerange budget are water and freerange friends. Water should be free, but here in Chile you have to pay for access to public toilets which is the only source of water we can get whilst hitching. So, instead, we go visit a shop and ask to use the toilet. Whilst one person goes in with five bottles to fill up, the others act like they are really interested in the products the shop ...
... in exchange for their labour. It sounded delightful: I’d be working the land during the day, at one with nature and the smell of manure; my physical wellbeing would surely improve and my status as an angel would be ensured; in the evenings, I imagined the farmers and volunteers would all sit around a campfire, cooking up a feast and swapping hilarious life stories over a few beers. Sadly, on my first WWOOF experience, it wasn’t to be… ...
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